Falling in love after 50 was a gift, but one that took courage. Let’s face it, finding somebody to share your life with at a time when you’re raising children, paying the mortgage and preferably in bed by 10pm isn’t as easy as it was in the club hopping days after college. And when divorce is part of your story, kids aren’t always as eager to embrace a new partner.

The great part of finding love after 50 is that you don’t apologize for your opinions, nor do you seek acceptance and approval with every move you make. Your freer self lets go of old ideas and let’s a partnership evolve more easily.

As long as I am breathing, in my eyes, I am just beginning.” — chriss jami
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Actress Candace Bergen is especially happy at 70, relaxed and in love, at a blissful place with a new partnership.

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