if you use facebook they actually have a group for revert sisters. its pretty cool. i know a few reverts, and at first its lonely, i know a few made sure they had stable relationships within the muslim community before reverting. and if things were to turn out for the worst and teh family rejected them they had a second family to go to.
i have one friend she is a mature lady converted 6 years ago. has many muslim friends but her family rejected her, her husband who was algerian even rejected her and so did her kids and parents. they are slowly contacting her again and she is open to that although she is hurt but its not going to be easy. i mean some sisters alhamdulilah parents stuck by them even though they didnt approve but some parenst rejected them
but as long as you have a good relationship with sisters they will be there for you whenever you need them.
oh and born muslim men love revert sisters, especially the arabs from middle east. my friends mother is english a revert and she married an egyptian. i think muslim men think that the reverts are going to be more into the religion and deen then born muslimahs. sometimes that is true.
jazakallah khier, nice to meet you sis