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Marriage After 60

Like most worthwhile things in life, having a happy marriage after 60 requires work. You need to adjust to your partner’s changing needs, while finding ways to grow together. Find out what the other women in our community have to say about maintaining a healthy relationship at our age.

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

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

By  •  Family

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

Have You and Your Spouse Run Out of Things to Talk About?
2 weeks ago

Have You and Your Spouse Run Out of Things to Talk About?

By  •  Mindset

In our younger days, I’d watch the older couples next to us in restaurants – and I’d vow we’d never be like them. Those folks who sat across from each other and ate their meals in silence…
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5 Things You Need to Solve Your Marriage Problems After 60
1 month ago

5 Things You Need to Solve Your Marriage Problems After 60

By  •  Family

Most couples will experience marriage problems sooner or later. Sometimes these problems will result in a divorce, but you can prevent this from happening if you are willing to commit to nurture your marriage.

Here are five things you will need in order to solve your problems and build a better marriage. Read More

4 Ways to Thrive with a Retired Spouse
1 month ago

4 Ways to Thrive with a Retired Spouse

By  •  Family

My husband is 10 years my senior. He has had two iterations of “retirement” so far and both had financial and emotional implications for us. His most recent shift has been out of a paid career to having more freedom with his time. Read More

7 Reasons We Need to Explore our Sexuality After 60
1 month ago

7 Reasons We Need to Explore our Sexuality After 60

Sensuality can be experienced in many ways. You can express your sensuality through movement, words and passion. Enjoy the little pleasures that enhance your senses!
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4 Ways to Get Naked with Your Money – Wrinkles, Bulges, and All!
1 month ago

4 Ways to Get Naked with Your Money – Wrinkles, Bulges, and All!

Financial intimacy changes as we age, and I want to do it with dignity and grace! In our early years, Mark and I became financially intimate through sharing our financial history. Read More

6 Essential Steps to Maintaining a Happy Marriage After 60
4 months ago

6 Essential Steps to Maintaining a Happy Marriage After 60

By  •  Family

Do you have a happy marriage? Over years as a relationship coach and counsellor, I am sharing my experience to help you bring your marriage back to what you dreamed it would be when you first met.

I will offer some very practical and specific ways to take action and experience positive change in your marriage.
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How I Survived the Loss of My Husband
5 months ago

How I Survived the Loss of My Husband

My first experience with death and mourning occurred with the untimely death of my late husband, Michael. Losing my soul mate was debilitating. I can best describe myself as shattered and shocked. Read More

Is Marriage for You? Are You Open to a New Journey This Side of 60?
5 months ago

Is Marriage for You? Are You Open to a New Journey This Side of 60?

By  •  Family

My passion has always been helping women with their nutrition by viewing food as just one of several components of nourishment. But nourishment comes not only from food, but also from the way we live our lives…
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How to Balance Freedom and Commitment in Your Marriage After 60
9 months ago

How to Balance Freedom and Commitment in Your Marriage After 60

By  •  Family

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