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Divorce After 60

Even if your marriage isn’t working, going through a divorce after 60 is devastating. Let’s talk about recovering from a divorce, dating after divorce and other related topics.

Dealing with Divorce Regret After 50? Here’s What to Do!
3 years ago

Dealing with Divorce Regret After 50? Here’s What to Do!

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Does this ever happen to you?

There you are, going along with your day, minding your own business and it hits you. The whiny, super-annoying feeling that tells you that no matter what you did during your marriage, it just wasn’t good enough and you should have done better. Read More

Feeling Bitter After a Divorce? Here Are 3 Positive Steps You Can Take to Improve Your Situation
3 years ago

Feeling Bitter After a Divorce? Here Are 3 Positive Steps You Can Take to Improve Your Situation

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Getting your life back after divorce can be hard, especially when you’re over 60. There are financial issues, retirement and logistics issues that leave us feeling exhausted, wondering if we’ll ever move on and feel happy. Read More

Surviving a Divorce After 60? What to Do When Things Are Not Going Your Way
3 years ago

Surviving a Divorce After 60? What to Do When Things Are Not Going Your Way

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The New Year brings a lot of promise for women going through or recovering from divorce. Yet for some of us, there are still a lot of challenges and mixed feelings. Read More

Divorced After 50? How to Survive the Crazy Holiday Season
3 years ago

Divorced After 50? How to Survive the Crazy Holiday Season

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What are you thinking about this holiday season?

For many of us, the holidays can feel dark, lonely and stressful – especially if we are over 50 and going through divorce. Instead of looking forward to the beautiful decorations, smell of baking pies and holiday songs on the radio, we may feel triggered by sadness. Read More

How to Get Your Confidence Back After a Silver Divorce
3 years ago

How to Get Your Confidence Back After a Silver Divorce

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The end of a marriage, or any other relationship, when we are in our 50s forces us to deal with a whole slew of issues we were not expecting at this time in our lives. These include learning how to be single, possibly living on a reduced income and learning how to redefine ourselves. Read More

3 Tips for Staying Social During and After a Divorce
3 years ago

3 Tips for Staying Social During and After a Divorce

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During and after a divorce, it can be very difficult to maintain your connections and community. Read More

Getting a Divorce After 50? Get a Team!
3 years ago

Getting a Divorce After 50? Get a Team!

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Navigating a divorce is stressful and unpredictable. Creating or maintaining healthy habits and taking care of ourselves is vital during this uncertain time. Read More

Divorce After 50: How to Kick Your Loneliness to the Curb
3 years ago

Divorce After 50: How to Kick Your Loneliness to the Curb

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When you are recovering from divorce after a long-term marriage, loneliness is definitely an obstacle that keeps you from moving on. We get stuck in this mindset because it makes us feel like we have nobody in the world. Read More

5 Ways We Lose Confidence in a Divorce After 50
3 years ago

5 Ways We Lose Confidence in a Divorce After 50

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When you go through a divorce, it is quite possible that you will experience a crisis of confidence. I did. I wondered how I was going to deal with it all: the emotions, the financial realities, the effect that the divorce would have on my children. Was I up to it? Would I be able to do it? Read More

3 Steps to Finding Happiness After a Divorce After 50
4 years ago

3 Steps to Finding Happiness After a Divorce After 50

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After divorce, are you making this happiness mistake? Let me explain.

A while ago, I was laid off from a 9-5 job and I started to panic. As I started to assemble a resume and apply for new jobs, a voice in the back of my head kept chiming in: “I will be happy again once I am in a new job. Once I get that first pay check, I know I’ll smile and feel better about everything.”
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