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Our grandchildren and other family members are so important. Whether you are in a happy marriage or going through a divorce after 60, we can help! Let’s talk about how to get the most from your family relationships after 60.

Attention Grandmothers: What Will Happen to Your Life Story?
4 months ago

Attention Grandmothers: What Will Happen to Your Life Story?

Every grandmother has her story. I may not know each of you personally, but I know that, like me, you’ve had loves and losses, trials and triumphs. But where does that story live – other than in your heart and mind? Read More

Choosing Your Divorce Battles After 50
4 months ago

Choosing Your Divorce Battles After 50

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When fighting through a divorce after 50, it’s normal to feel like you are getting dragged through the mud for months – even years – wondering if frustration and stress will ever end. Even after the divorce papers have been signed, hurt feelings may remain. Read More

Lacking Confidence After 60? Scrap the Apologetic Behavior
4 months ago

Lacking Confidence After 60? Scrap the Apologetic Behavior

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Ever been in a situation like this before?

You don’t pick up the phone in time and when you call the person back, the first words out of your mouth are “I’m sorry.” Read More

“I’m Not That Young Grandparent Anymore”: 5 Tips That Work Well After 60!
4 months ago

“I’m Not That Young Grandparent Anymore”: 5 Tips That Work Well After 60!

I realized the other day that I have been grand-parenting for 21 years and I’m not as young as I used to be. I used to get on the ground with those kiddos and play-wrestle. I climbed trees and monkey bars. Read More

How to Balance Freedom and Commitment in Your Marriage After 60
4 months ago

How to Balance Freedom and Commitment in Your Marriage After 60

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It takes more than love and determination to make a marriage work. People in successful marriages know that they have to compromise, accept a certain loss of independence, sacrifice some of their goals and, more often than not, put the other person first. Read More

11 Ways to Heal from Adult Child Estrangement
4 months ago

11 Ways to Heal from Adult Child Estrangement

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Your heart has been pierced. You have experienced estrangement from a child you thought you would always be close to. It is a devastation you never thought you would experience. Read More

The Bitter Sweetness of Becoming a Grandparent After 70
4 months ago

The Bitter Sweetness of Becoming a Grandparent After 70

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“Everyone needs to have access both to grandparents and grandchildren in order to be a full human being.” – Margaret Mead

I am 71 years old, and my husband is 72. Our oldest granddaughters are 20 and 16, and we are now about to become grandparents again. Read More

The Lies We Tell Ourselves About Divorce After 50
4 months ago

The Lies We Tell Ourselves About Divorce After 50

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For months, even years, I knew that my marriage was crumbling. Yet, I lied to myself, telling myself a million things that would somehow justify the reasons why I should stay in the marriage. The main one dealt with time. Read More

5 Powerful Money Lessons to Teach Your Grandchildren
4 months ago

5 Powerful Money Lessons to Teach Your Grandchildren

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While your role as a grandmother should revolve around giving treats and having fun with the little ones, you can drop in a few important money lessons throughout the years. Read More

Planning a Funeral: 8 Things Funeral Directors Want You to Know
5 months ago

Planning a Funeral: 8 Things Funeral Directors Want You to Know

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Let’s face it – funerals are the parties no one wants to plan. And most people only interact with funeral directors at funerals when they are appropriately solicitous, supportive and somber. Read More