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Nowhere is this phenomenon of age aping youth more noticeable than in the field of divorce.
So-called ''silver separation’’, the parting of couples in their sixties after as many as 40 years of marriage, is on the rise, bucking the general downward trend in divorce.
’” Sue Plumtree, from Richmond, Surrey, left her husband in 2004, just as she was about to turn 60. “I was married for 37 years when I finally decided I deserved better,” she says.
“It’s not that I didn’t love him any more, it was just time for a better life, and it was the best thing that I’ve ever done. I’m doing work I’m passionate about; I give talks and I share what I’ve learnt. I was in an unhappy relationship and didn’t realise I had the power to change things.” This striving for ''fulfilment’’ in later life is a by-product of longevity.
The actress Diana Quick was 61 when she separated from her actor partner, Bill Nighy, after 27 years.
As she said in an interview with the Telegraph this week: “There are far more couples splitting up in their sixties now and one reason is that they can.
According to Pylant’s tweets, the dude in question thought he could get away with going on six dates in one night because he’s a project manager who just knows how to “manage [his] time efficiently.” They weren’t even dates, apparently ― he told Pylant they were “pre-date conversations.” You win some, you lose some - but hopefully you make three new best friends in the process 🍾 cheers ladies 💪🏽 don't fuck with us pic.twitter.com/lx Q3f6Km2P— Lisette Pylant (@Lisette Pylant) August 8, 2017 Pylant’s original tweet and the subsequent threads have gone viral, amassing thousands of favorites and retweets even though the date was less than 24 hours ago.