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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.

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

3 Steps to Finding Happiness After a Divorce After 50

By  •  Family

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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Life After a Divorce: What to Do When You’re Feeling Lost
3 years ago

Life After a Divorce: What to Do When You’re Feeling Lost

By  •  Family

Divorce after 50 can make you feel like everything you’ve known has been taken from you. The life you planned and your vision of the future may disappear, leaving you with a feeling of not knowing what to do or where to go from here.

But when you feel like this, don’t panic! There is merely one thing you must remember: Read More

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

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

By  •  Family

Unfortunately, men and women rarely ask themselves two essential divorce questions as they begin the process or while negotiating the final settlement: Read More

Divorce After 50: Making Smart Choices About Your Divorce Property Settlement
3 years ago

Divorce After 50: Making Smart Choices About Your Divorce Property Settlement

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I have found that in many cases a divorcing couple becomes focused upon the division of assets without consideration to the cost of ownership and income tax issues, which can create a significant imbalance. Read More

How to Find Joy and Gratitude Following Your Divorce After 50
3 years ago

How to Find Joy and Gratitude Following Your Divorce After 50

By  •  Family

When recovering from divorce after 50, every day can feel like a struggle.

Learning how to reinvent ourselves, establish our independence again, and figure out what we want during this next chapter of our lives is a bit overwhelming. Oftentimes, we may forget to see all the wonderful things that await us. Read More

Surviving a Divorce After 50 Teaches Some Surprisingly Positive Lessons
3 years ago

Surviving a Divorce After 50 Teaches Some Surprisingly Positive Lessons

By  •  Family

Divorce for women over 50 gets a bad rap. We have this cultural conditioning where we tend to see a divorced woman left with nothing. She has nowhere to turn and having no clue what to do with the rest of her life. Read More

How to Stop Feeling Guilty About Your Divorce After 50
3 years ago

How to Stop Feeling Guilty About Your Divorce After 50

By  •  Family

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. Read More

Divorced at 60? How to Deal with Your Grief and Start Healing
3 years ago

Divorced at 60? How to Deal with Your Grief and Start Healing

By  •  Family

Grief is a tricky thing. We understand the process during the death of a loved one but forget its role during divorce, especially if when ending a decades-long marriage. Read More

5 Strategies for Moving on After Divorce as an Older Woman (Video)
3 years ago

5 Strategies for Moving on After Divorce as an Older Woman (Video)

No one knows better than I do just how difficult moving on after a divorce can be. In many ways, recovering from a divorce as an older woman is especially difficult. Read More

Life After Divorce for Women over 60: 5 Emotions to Expect (Video)
3 years ago

Life After Divorce for Women over 60: 5 Emotions to Expect (Video)

Life after divorce is filled with overwhelming emotions. Many women feel a combination of anger, fear, resentment and confusion. They may even feel shame or guilt, even when they don’t deserve to. Read More