On Life and Love after 50: Hot-Potato Topic: Women Dating Younger Men

A widow named Jackie approached me recently and asked: “Does age matter in dating when it comes to women being older than men?”

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On Life and Love after 50: The Importance of Appreciation in Relationships

Recently, a friend, age 72, said to me, “It will be nice to be appreciated by someone rather than be taken for granted. What’s your opinion?”

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Older but Not Wiser: Grandpa the Ninja Warrior

OK, you’re the grandparent. You fill your grandkids with love and joy and, when their parents aren’t looking, hundreds of chocolate chip cookies. However, as a grandparent you have certain limits and boundaries (I guess).

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5 Unexpected Rewards of Becoming a Caregiver

It’s true, the life of a caregiver can be demanding, difficult, and daunting. I spent seven years of my life in that role, keeping an eye on my wife’s every move.

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Booming Voice: Cursed by Cursive

In sixth grade I was forced to miss at least a week’s worth of recess periods. I stayed in the classroom, while outside, my classmates were frolicking.

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On Life and Love after 50: Marriage vs. a Committed Relationship

As a senior-relationship columnist, I receive many interesting questions from older singles.

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On Life and Love after 50: A Living-Apart-Together Relationship May Be Their Perfect Arrangement

Finding love at 50-plus is challenging. Finding love at 76 is a blessing. That’s what happened to Judy (not her true name). But, now, at 78, she is confused about her two-year relationship.

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Such is Life: Threads of a Lifetime of Summers

You may not know how I met my husband, Bob. After his divorce, he took a college course called “Life after Divorce.” I was the teacher. Bob got an A.

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Older but Not Wiser: Just When We Are Getting Good

I was standing in line at a fast food restaurant, and there was this older guy in front of me. I know, it’s kind of strange for me to say “older” because admittedly I’m older, but he seemed older-older (that’s not the technical term) — about 85.

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