Updated: Feb 23, 2021
1. "The gray divorce rate has doubled since 1990, but is still less common than divorce among those under 50."
2. "The biggest risk factor for gray divorce is not a life transition (like an empty nest), but one’s marital past."
3. "Relative wealth can be a protective factor against gray divorce."
4. "Kids struggle with the reality of a parental divorce, whatever their ages."
5. "Grief can linger long after a marriage ends, even when both agree that it’s better to part."
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