Read on for a look at 14 survey questions, think about how you would answer and see how you stack up with the results thus far. (See the sidebar below to learn how.) 32 percent of men and 48 percent of women say no.
Dowling spoke with VICE about what they expect that app to be: “We’ve been described as “Tinder for old people” but that’s actually a bit misleading.Dating is still about getting to know someone, taking the time to see if you connect spiritually, emotionally, intellectually and physically. From early on, be intentional about showing real interest in the other person and getting to know one another as transparently as possible.Most of that age-old advice is as pertinent as ever: Be yourself, smile, keep an open mind, and be honest.En español | Maybe your sex life is one breathless romp after another. In a survey that's still under way, more than 8,000 people over 50 have already revealed what happens in their relationships — and in their bedrooms. But public displays of affection (PDAs, for short) are great for your relationship: 68 percent of those who keep hands off in public are unhappy or only slightly happy with their mates, while 73 percent of the happiest couples indulge in PDAs at least a couple of times a month.Now the creators of that survey — writer Chrisanna Northrup, AARP relationship expert Pepper Schwartz, Ph. Tip: Don't hold back — and don't worry what the neighbors might think.Know yourself — be able to identify your strengths and weaknesses — and know what you’re looking for in a relationship.