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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.

4 Ways to Reinvent Holiday Traditions to Fit Your Lifestyle
5 days ago

4 Ways to Reinvent Holiday Traditions to Fit Your Lifestyle

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For many, the holidays are a time of tradition and ritual. At this time of year we often fall back on the celebration habits we have formed over time. Read on for ideas of how to reinvent holiday traditions in ways that serve you…
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Marriage After 60: I Love Two Men, with the Blessings of Both
6 days ago

Marriage After 60: I Love Two Men, with the Blessings of Both

Two months ago, I tied the knot again at age 71! Yes, Charlie and I walked down the aisle and exchanged wedding vows after being together in a loving relationship for eight years. Read More

Redesigning Holiday Traditions to Fit Your Life Now
7 days ago

Redesigning Holiday Traditions to Fit Your Life Now

Once upon a time, in a log cabin far, far away, snuggled into 15 pristine acres of Vermont, I used to host Thanksgiving events fit for a Hallmark snow globe… It smells of cinnamon and mulled wine…

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Want a Happy Marriage After 60? Take These 5 Fast Actions Today!
1 week ago

Want a Happy Marriage After 60? Take These 5 Fast Actions Today!

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Your marriage relationship is one of the most important treasures you will ever have in life. Every single day, you make choices about what will occur in your relationship. Some of those choices are small and inconsequential while others turn out to be extremely important. Read More

8 Thoughtful Ideas to Help You Keep a Strong Relationship with Your Grandchildren
1 week ago

8 Thoughtful Ideas to Help You Keep a Strong Relationship with Your Grandchildren

But it’s not always easy to know how to ensure that your relationship with your grandchildren stays strong. That’s why I have put together this guide that will help you maintain a great relationship with the little ones in your family…
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Want to Avoid the Holiday Letdown? Try Having a Conversation Around the Thanksgiving Table!
2 weeks ago

Want to Avoid the Holiday Letdown? Try Having a Conversation Around the Thanksgiving Table!

Tons of food, alcohol, politics, family… what could possibly go wrong during the holidays? Year after year, many of us still hope for that elusive, harmonious bonding holiday experience. Most of us leave disappointed…
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Will I Be Happy Again After the Loss of My Spouse? 6 Tips to Help You Embrace the New You
2 weeks ago

Will I Be Happy Again After the Loss of My Spouse? 6 Tips to Help You Embrace the New You

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Just after the loss of a spouse, we are often absolutely certain that we will never be happy again. Even if it felt remotely possible, being happy again would feel like an insult to our beloved…
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Are you Spoiling Your Grandchildren or Just Showing Them Extra Love?
2 weeks ago

Are you Spoiling Your Grandchildren or Just Showing Them Extra Love?

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Do you ‘spoil’ your grandchildren? Some people say that this is a common phenomenon. It could be argued that children all over the world are becoming increasingly unhealthy, overweight and demanding. Could this be due to the over-attentive care of grandparents? Read More

How to Keep Stress from Ruining Your Family Holiday Gathering
3 weeks ago

How to Keep Stress from Ruining Your Family Holiday Gathering

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Whether you are celebrating Thanksgiving, Hanukah, Kwanza, or Christmas, the holidays will soon be upon us, spreading a message of peace and love around the world. It’s a truly uplifting and inspiring time of year…
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Over 50 and Ready to Let Go of Unmet Expectations After Divorce? Here’s How to Take Action!
3 weeks ago

Over 50 and Ready to Let Go of Unmet Expectations After Divorce? Here’s How to Take Action!

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I have been hearing a very common refrain from divorced women over 50 as they try to move on: “It wasn’t supposed to be like this.” “I’m over 50 and it’s too late to start over…”

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