50 and dating
It wouldn’t matter if he was single, happily married, or unhappily married – most men would have that positive, or at least hopeful, reaction.
But what if you asked an over 50 woman the same thing?
If you’re going through a DO50, you’ll see that your feelings are not unique.
You’ll be able to learn from the experiences of others — their successes and their failures.
Our new book, Gray Divorce Stories: The Truth About Getting Divorced Over 50 From Men and Women Who’ve Done it, is now available from Amazon.
In the book, you’ll find 18 candid interviews in which other Divorced Over 50’s speak openly about their marriages, their divorces, and their recoveries.
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Or, did you accept that you may have made some bad choices, but you’re a good person, who will move forward with a positive mindset?
Most Divorced Over 50’s report that their sex life during marriage, particularly toward the end of it, was extremely lacking.
As life gets better, however, and they move into Revive, an interest in sex may come back. But as you began (or will begin) to Revive, creating a Bucket List could be an important, and valuable, exercise.
The problem, though, is that many people aren’t ready to get into a committed relationship that will lead to sex. Just the act of looking forward to a brighter future, and setting some goals within that future, could help you Thrive sooner.