After 33 years of marriage, celebrity couple Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are going their separate ways. While it’s not entirely clear why they decided to call it quits, they aren’t the only baby-boomers who are ending their marriage. In fact, “gray divorce,” as it is dubbed, has become quite a phenomenon, with the divorce rate for over 60’s rising by a third in the past decade. With children out of the house, couples are now forced to be primarily in relationship with each other. Some couples are able to stay together and live separate lives, but many want to enjoy their post-retirement years and are compelled to look elsewhere to find a new companion.

Here are three ways to revive your relationship so that you can fall in love again with the one you’re with.

1. Self-Awareness. Albert Einstein is quoted as having said that the definition of insanity is doing something over and over again and expecting different results. If you are not getting what you want out of your relationship, instead of pointing fingers and focusing the blame on your partner, start thinking about what you can be doing differently.

It only takes one person to start the process of change in a marriage. If you are dissatisfied, take the first step by changing your behavior that may be triggering your spouse. If you are criticizing or nagging your husband, find more productive ways to ask for what you need. If you are avoiding your wife, start showing up fully in relationship. Be the bigger person and be the change you want to see in your marriage. You’ll be pleasantly surprised when you see different results.

2. Have fun. When is the last time you had fun together? As soon as kids entered the picture, your relationship has never been the same. Now is the time to return to the early days of your marriage when it was just the two of you. Find ways to enjoy each other’s company. Travel together, go on a new adventure, or take a class together. Studies show that engaging in new activities or learning something new together impacts your brain in a positive way by building new neural pathways. Having fun will help you remember the one you fell in love with and provide the encouragement that you can grow old together.

3. Clarify your goals. Many older couples drift apart because they don’t believe they still share the same dream and life goals. Having a conscious and non-judgmental conversation about how you foresee your remaining years on this planet will often help you discover that you may have more in common than you think. Really listen and understand each other’s wants and needs. Begin to focus on what you both have in common and find creative ways to bridge the gap when your dreams diverge. Creating a vision will help you feel like you are on the same page and confident that you can make the best use out of these important years.

Every relationship can change, even after 30 years of marriage. When you focus on becoming self-aware and doing things differently, infusing your relationship with more fun, and discussing your vision for the future, you can enter the golden years of your marriage instead of settling for a gray divorce.

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