Picking up and starting over after the loss of decades worth of plans is the most crushing aspect of divorce after age 50. Change that touches every aspect of your life can be emotionally devastating. It is natural to grieve. You have, after all, spent half a lifetime together, if not more. But put conscious effort into moving forward and making the second half of your life worth living. You can now make choices and be open to opportunities that you may not have considered before the divorce. Surround yourself with supportive family and friends. Stay active and involved in your community. Join a church group, or a gardening or book club. Volunteer. Find your passion. It is not too late to live your best life!
These are 18 Red Flags in a relationship according to Heather Tessmer, a San Antonio, Texas, Family Law Lawyer With 20+ years of experience.