Yes, even a woman can experience a midlife crisis stage, often caused by a deep recognition that her life is half over and now it is time to pay attention to what is truly essential. Her needs are not satisfied by purchasing material things, but instead are rooted in a deep desire to do something meaningful with her life, to leave a legacy that reaches beyond her children, and to reach the end of her life.
If you are over 60 and yearning to live with more enthusiasm and purpose, here are a few actions to get you started on your own reinvention. Consider the opportunities for your newfound freedom if you have just retired and are searching for something purposeful to fill your life.
When divorce is combined with other shifts in your life, like old age or looking after an ailing parent, it’s alluring to never want to leave the house. Despite the fact that feeling overwhelmed and puzzled during divorce is common, avoiding these common boomer errors can save you needless drama and strain so you can move on with your life.
Annulment feels awful because, as a society, none of us are taught to plan ahead for it.
Funny, right? For many years, medical professionals have been telling us to look after ourselves so we will feel better as we age. Budgetary advisors preached about preparing for retirement for many years. Why don’t we apply those same standards to annulment?