There is a general acceptance of the vicissitudes of life now, as well as the flaws and limitations that exist in all relationships.
Robi Ludwig, relationship expert, author of “Your Best Age is Now,” and spokeswoman for Our Time, the dating site that conducted the survey, told Fox News. “This [myth] definitely is not the case according to 50 percent of them, which is a good thing because having sex-positive attitudes and having a satisfying sex life is one of the most important ways we can continue to feel young,” Ludwig said. “Many 50-and-over-singles are open to having a ‘friends with benefits’ relationship and even dating multiple people at a time.” Myth: People 50 and older have too much “baggage.” Truth: What some consider “baggage" — like children or divorce — others may consider a package deal or simply rich life experience.
9 SIGNS SHE MAY BE CHEATING ON YOU So, is 50 the new 20? But here are six other myths and truths about dating in midlife. “All of our experiences help us to see life through a more multi-dimensional lens.
Truth: People in their 50s and beyond are feeling younger longer, thanks to the advances of modern science.
“In fact, it's taking us all a little bit longer to grow up.
You might think dating after age 50 is hopeless, but new findings suggest that couldn’t be further from the truth.