Human beings are social by nature. We’ve evolved to thrive together—in partnerships, families, communities and societies. Social connection is closely tied to our health and well-being. People with strong social connections tend to live longer, have a better mood and may even have improved brain function.1
Social connection comes in all types of relationships from a formal club to friendly chit-chat with a bank teller. But perhaps the most talked about form of social connection in literature and Hollywood is romantic love. Whether you’re looking for companionship, fun or a serious relationship, we’ve put together this guide to help you date as you age.
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Get the why and how of dating for the young at heart in this magazine.
- Page 8: Why relationships matter to your health
- Page 18: When you’re ready to date
- Page 22: How to decide what you want from dating
- Page 38: Online dating best practices plus profile how-tos