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Between the possibility of a partner passing away and the odds of a divorce, De Lamater said it's becoming more and more common for people to be left behind later in life.
Just as the number of available singles decreases and the opportunities to meet people go online, De Lamater said the physical and emotional benefits of a relationship only grow stronger."Being in a relationship like that could make you healthier, could help solve some of the health care issues as well," De Lamater said.
John De Lamater, a professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who has studied the subject of senior relationships, notes that the age group is "rapidly growing" and is expected to double over the next 15 years or so.
De Lamater said not only can women expect to live nearly 10 years longer than men, they often marry older men.
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That was the last date she ever went on."March 19, 1963," Hemming said.
Comfortably situated at table seven with a condensation-covered copper cup in hand, she was already well into her mindset for her happy hour engagement."It's an adventure," Hemming said. Kennedy was president when Hemming met her husband.