I am not real comfortable revealing personal information on the net, but since it is you, I will reveal more.
I am nearing 72. I married a little girl who lived in a small neighboring community. When I say little girl, I mean little girl. She was 5'1 and barely 16. That sort of thing could land a guy in big trouble these days, I was 23; but then, it was not all that uncommon. My mom married at 17, so I thought nothing about marrying a 16 year old at the time. What first drew me to her was her beauty and the fact that she was not embarrassed to talk about God. Something unusual in teenagers. Her dad came from a family of six brothers and two sisters, the same as my dad's. One of the differences in the two families was that they were Pentecostals and I was Church of Christ. I was accepted into the clan and became more comfortable in their family gatherings than I was in my own. No, I didn't convert to Pentecostalism, but I became much more tolerant of their beliefs and practices, as well as the beliefs and practices of all denominations.
We have two daughters and a son. The two daughters each have two sons. Our son is an unmarried Millennial who served in the Air Force, and later worked overseas, but is now living with us at home. i turned my roof diagramming job over to him this year, but I still have plenty of work to do on another business we started.
I am familiar with the ups and downs of working in the oil business. My wife's brother got a degree in geology, worked for a major oil company for about a year until he got laid off. He struggled for years working small jobs here and there until he got another big job. He bought an expensive house and then got laid off about three years later. His last job has been working with an investment company that buys the leases from exploration companies who don't have resources for development. He is back in the big money now. Your job as a land man should serve you well. That skill can be used in may other types of businesses.