Everyone deserves happiness, whether your relationship status is single, married, “it’s complicated,” or mid-divorce. But it can be hard to remember that you have a right to happiness when you’re facing the end of a relationship.
Do you and your partner have a relationship contract?
Although you may not admit it, most people still love a good romance. You know, those intoxicating love stories that start with love at first sight and end with the “happily ever after.”
From “Cinderella” to “The Notebook,” those stories awaken something in you that wants to experience that idealized, forever love.
There’s been a lot of discussion lately about the rise in divorce after 50, a.ka. “Gray Divorce.”
Many couples that make up these populations are members of the Baby Boomer generation. And, often, these couples have been married for 30 years or more. That’s a long time!
We often focus on the red flags of a relationship. We look for behaviors that let us know that this person isn’t right for us or that we may be embarking on a relationship that could be unhealthy or even toxic.