Apparently, not everyone enjoys the happily-ever-after ending in their marriages. This week, the Pew Research Center reported that the incidence of divorce for Americans over 50 is climbing. Since the 1990’s, the divorce rate for those over 50 has doubled and for those over 65, it’s tripled. Much of this rise is attributable to the commonality of divorce for those in the baby boom generation, who already had unprecedented rates of divorce earlier in their lives. Shorter marriages among this age group are especially susceptible to ending in divorce. Moreover, with older individuals, divorce may carry even more downside: those on their own, especially women, become less financially secure, and the isolation and loneliness that can follow divorce carries special risk for older singles. To find out more, grab your partner, and Read Here.