But your fears are soon put to rest because things seem to be going so well.
The chemistry is strong, the vibe is good, you spend a lot of time together, you know he cares about you…and just when you’re starting to settle in and relax, he seems to be pulling away a bit. he doesn’t seem as enthusiastic about you or the relationship…or maybe it’s nothing you can put your finger on, just a feeling in the pit of your stomach.
Months later, a sudden and unexpected medical problem found Michaels close to death.
Unable to take care of her children while she was hospitalized, she risked losing custody of them permanently.
That dramatic flair that makes him exciting, may actually keep him […] Read more If you’ve never been involved with a cunning, pathological lying, narcissistic, abusive partner, you may not know what you’re dealing with.
When you date an abusive personality, you may buy into his charm, braggadocio, and phony façade while downplaying his inconsiderate and questionable behavior.
Mental health experts say the pain it causes rivals grieving the death of a loved one.
But as Michaels' story illustrates, surviving divorce is possible.
Out of the blue, he told her he wanted a divorce -- but he wouldn't tell her or their kids why he was leaving.Finding love after 60 is a major topic of discussion and curiosity for women in the Sixty and Me community – and with good reason.Many women over 60 are embarking on a new stage of life with different relationship statuses than were common in our parents’ era. Others became widows or simply chose to never to marry in the first place.This leaves many women wondering whether it is worth re-entering the dating world and looking for the best way to go about finding love after 60.We recently posed a question on Facebook to our Sixty and Me community, asking women our age who might have gone through a recent divorce and entering the world of over 60 dating for the first time.