The EX Factor: Why Men and Women Over 50 Dont Remarry!
Author: RJ Lancaster
Article source: http://www.improvingyourworld.com/. Used with author's permission.
Thinking about remarrying? Consider these reasons why others have chosen not to. One out of two marriages ends in divorce. 60% of second marriages fail. 66% of marriages and living together situations end in break up according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Read more
The "EX" Factor: Why Men and Women Over 50 Don't Remarry
In focus groups conducted by this author with men and women over 50 and divorced, five major reasons why they don't want to remarry surfaced. Finances are the prevalent concern of both groups.
Debt responsibility of a new partner
Alimony and child support payments
Family inheritance issues
Financial responsibility for stepchildren
Financial responsibility for elderly parents
Deteriorating health of partner
Lack of healthcare coverage
Health issues of the extended family
Differences in beliefs of medical treatment-homeopathic versus prescription medicines
Strained relationships with partner's children
Wills, trusts, and inheritance
Visitation and caring for children and grandchildren
Loss of freedom
Set in their ways
Lack of common interests
Co-mingling of household goods and possessions
Challenges of meeting potential partners
Different religious affiliations
Acceptance of friends
Differences in social etiquette
Currently, R.J. is co-authoring He Feels, She Feels-Dating, Relationships and Remarrying After 50. He invites you to complete their survey on his website, (www.rjlancaster.com) to further their research. As a thank you, R.J. will send you an E-book of your choice as listed on his website. E-mail R.J. with your preference upon completion of the survey. Ryan James (R.J.) Lancaster is the president of the Education & Learning Institute, a research, seminar and publishing company. He helps organizations and individuals think differently to ensure their success. He is also a professional speaker and author of E-books.
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