Or, it could be that we feel that we have less time to do all things that have been on hold in an unhappy marriage.
Perhaps we simply have more time in our 60s, with fewer family and work commitments, to reevaluate our lives and the people in them.
In a previous article, I wrote about how women go through 5 stages when recovering from a divorce.
Now I want to provide some practical advice for surviving a divorce after 60.
Disagreements about money are a leading cause of divorce and, unfortunately, your financial stress does not always go away when your paperwork is signed.
Whatever you do, don’t bury your head in the sand when it comes to conversations about money.