9 Biggest Turns-Offs for People Over 50s

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7. No initiative in the bedroom

Believe it or not, intimacy is always important in a relationship, regardless of someone’s age.

When there’s no bedroom time for a couple, it can lead to problems between the partners, because there’s a lack of connection, quality time spent with one another, and also physical health issues too.

Intimacy is not only beneficial for a couple who wants to connect with one another but is also good for mental and physical health too.

It can ease depression and anxiety symptoms, boost mood, relieve headaches, lower blood pressure, improve self-esteem, improve the immune system, and help you sleep better.

If you don’t make an effort to connect with your partner on a deeper level and make each other feel good, it can give off the impression that the spark has gone, which can lead to further relationship problems.


  1. Person was going to say they were going to say something and never said anything so therefore I guess any turn off after 50 is whatever turns you off LOL

  2. Even married spouses need to take some moments separately from one another. These are times that need to revive ourselves with interesting things, hobbies, and being with our “buddies,” that is others of the same sex as our own. An old saying is, “Variety is a spice of life.” Too much of a good thing can be as bad as none.

  3. As someone who has had 2 previous marriages where friendship WASN’T a factor (3rd one is to my “first love” with whom I’ve been friends for over 40 yrs prior to our marriage) I can attest that #8 is in fact extremely true!!


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