9 Biggest Turns-Offs for People Over 50s

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8. Lack of altruismĀ 

People might not like being told what to do or relying too much on others, but it’s important to them that their partners will be there for them if they ever need it.

This does not imply, however, that their partners should go out of their way to help them. This means that both men and women should feel secure in the reliability of their potential lifelong partners.

People get the feeling of being loved, protected, and respected when their significant others show them that they are okay and are accessible to provide support when they need it.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. 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.

  2. 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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