Was it his fault? Hers? Both? Neither? She navigates the hard path ahead as 29 years of coupledom unravel—and finds a strange silver lining.
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Determined to find beauty and meaning as her husband’s health declined, Debbie Phillips came up with a plan. Here, she shares it with NextTribe’s Sheila Weller.
“Only sleep with guys who aren’t really right for you.” This is the kind of advice Sherri Eisenberg got when she waded into the online-dating waters.
After her husband’s death, Lisa Bain struggled to continue their loving, tree-decorating tradition—till a wonderful secret gift gave her strength.
Following her divorce, Annabelle Gurwitch decided to get rid of her stash of sex toys, but she couldn’t just put them in the recycling bin. For starters, what would Stan the neighbor say?
Preparing to date again after a long marriage, Sarah Crichton reawakened parts of her brain (and other anatomy) where sexual knowledge and confidence had been in deep storage.
Doug and Dee Bynum fell in love twice. Once when the world was new and, years later, when age and experience added richness to the romance. It worked for them. Could it also for you?
What does a traditional T-Day side dish have to do with marriage? Patrice Nicholas shares how food and cooking at this time of year are often freighted with extra emotion and meaning.
If the decision to divorce has been made: We’re sorry and hope you weather the changes well. But what to do about the jewelry left behind? Sarah Lazzari has some ideas.
Eavesdrop here on which hotties your fellow NextTribers lust after and find out why midlife crushes are good for your marriage, your soul—and, um, other areas.