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.

2 years ago

How to Stop Feeling Guilty About Your Divorce After 50

Divorce guilt comes in all sorts of mutating forms. It is normal for many of us to feel like we were somehow to blame for the divorce. Culturally, we are taught that keeping the household and marriage successful was our responsibility…

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2 years ago

Surprise! Divorced Spouses Can Get Social Security Benefits

Many women believe that they are not entitled to Social Security if they are divorced. The truth is you can get Social Security on your ex-spouse’s record, under certain circumstances, even if you have been divorced for many years…

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2 years ago

Divorce After 50: How to Reinvent Yourself in 3 Steps

For many women who are ending a decades-long marriage, life after divorce can seem like a fog. It’s easy to wonder, “Well, what the heck do I do now?” You may have defined yourself as part of a unit and, when you are no longer part…

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2 years ago

3 Incredible Ways to Show Love for Yourself Every Day of the Year

Valentine’s Day is over, but if you’re a divorced woman over 50, you may still be struggling with ways to show love for yourself this month and beyond. But over my years as a divorce coach for women 50 and better, I’ve actually discovered…

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2 years ago

3 Easy Ways to Beat Divorce Loneliness When You’re on Facebook

We’ve all been there. You pour a glass of wine after a long day, and all you want to do is some mindless scrolling on Facebook to give yourself a mental break. But the exact opposite happens. The first thing on your newsreel is a picture of flowers that your high school…

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2 years ago

How to Get Your Confidence Back After a Silver Divorce

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…

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2 years ago

Divorce: The Hard Way or The Easy Way

As expected, another casualty of the pandemic is that many couples are finding it challenging to be confined with their significant other without creating many opportunities for conflict. The end result is that the divorce rate in 2020…

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2 years ago

End of Marriage Advice: How to Rebuild Trust After a Divorce in Your 60s

The reason we struggle with trust after a divorce is because we feel like we’ve been betrayed. It’s a crappy weight to have on your shoulders. Similar to its other invasive cousins – anger, guilt, and resentment – losing trust after your long-term…

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2 years ago

2 Divorce Questions Every Older Adult Should Ask… But, Few Do

Unfortunately, men and women rarely ask themselves two essential questions as they begin the divorce process or while negotiating the final settlement: Will the settlement allow me and my family to be financially secure now and in the future?

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2 years ago

Divorce Financial Planning and Retirement

Divorce financial planning typically refers to the actual planning done during a divorce. When planning for retirement, there are certain aspects that you should be aware of if you have ever been divorced at some point in your life…

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