Author: Amy Jones
If you haven’t noticed, dating is quite different now in this technology driven, fast paced, instant gratification post-divorce world.
There are numerous divorced singles and for those of us who want to find love and get married again, we are on a search. You would think living in a
15 Ways to Keep Intimacy In Your Marriage
by Ellen Blake
I've been married 30 years as of last November. My husband and I were wildly in love and spent every possible minute together while dating and for the first two years of marriage. We were young, relaxed and happy. Our careers
by Ellen Blake
Performance issues can be very upsetting for men over 50. You are not alone.
Landmark studies by University of Chicago researchers found that one third of men aged 50 to 64 suffer from ED. That figure jumps to approximately 44 percent for the 65 to 85 age group. (So
by Amy Jones
Recently, I was talking with some friends about dating. They’ve been a couple for about 5 years, and we started discussing how dating has evolved over the last few years. They met the old-fashioned way. One evening they just happened to be in the same place at the
Forget doomed second marriage stats: Midlife love do-overs are hot!
I know it can feel – and can be – brutal “out there” in post-divorce dating land. I get it. And we have all spent a lot of time thinking, talking, and writing about the considerable downsides.
But somebody said something to me
Hello, my name is Rachel Blumme, and I am an online dating addict.
My addiction started, precisely, on April 22, 2015 when I began a dating blog for AARP for people 50+. I called the blog Eleven to One. Eleven to one is the ratio I’d read about earlier on an online
Author: Ellen Blake
Do you wonder if your sex life is as good as other couples?
Many couples, particularly for those who have been together for a long time, are not satisfied with that aspect of their relationship.
Couples often accept life with limited or no sex believing that's just the way it is
Love is wonderful, but there may be a few practical questions to consider
I swore I would never remarry after my wife died from complications related to frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and Lou Gehrig’s disease at 53. The personality-altering disease took a toll on me as well. But that was 2014, and