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(Life Wire) -- Like 20- or 30-something singles, older men and women are dating and embracing their sexuality.
But many older singles -- some of whom have already been down the aisle -- aren't looking to exchange their single status for a band of gold.
"We are not aiming for great changes in the second half of life, but looking for fulfillment in who we are now," says Sharon Romm, a Seattle-based psychiatrist and author of "Dating After 50: Negotiating the Minefields of Midlife Romance." "Not everyone wants another marriage.
Someone might want a companion for going to concerts on Saturday night and not much more. "Many over 50 are no longer looking for that one person, that 'soul mate'," says Dr.
I call it “The Great Awakening.” Two days earlier we’d returned from a romantic week in a favorite city.
We held hands walking in the rain-cleansed park, enjoyed restaurant meals and sight-seeing together, had laughs with friends, and had passionate nights.
I fixed one of his favorite meals, and since it was Friday, we usually watched a movie. I’ll remember what he said next for the rest of my life.• The NIH notes that women in the midst of menopause, which causes estrogen levels to decline, may experience pain during intercourse.Contrary to a commonly held assumption, however, a study by the New England Research Institute and the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 2000 found that lower estrogen levels did not lower a woman's libido. About 5 percent of men aged 40 report having this problem, and it increases to about 15 percent of men aged 70, according to the Massachusetts Male Aging Study.For many women, their careers and hobbies rank higher on their priority list than do romantic relationships, according to Belove.As Margaret Murchie, a 52-year-old realtor in Honolulu, Hawaii, a self-proclaimed independent woman who dates but has never been married, puts it simply, "They have to make me happier than I am now on my own." A 2003 AARP study of 3,501 singles aged 40 to 69 showed that about one-third of those surveyed were either in a relationship or dating one person exclusively.