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Anger is a natural emotional response to frustrating and upsetting situations. Though everyone experiences bursts of anger from time to time, chronic frustration and extreme rage can have long-term consequences for our mental and physical well-being.  Constantly experiencing high levels of stress and anger can make you more susceptible to conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and insomnia. Anger can lead to poorer mental health as well, worsening anxiety and depression. A hot temper can also damage your interpersonal relationships, making it difficult to ma... more ...
In recent months, cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, has become a buzzword in the health and wellness community. If you’ve heard of CBD, you likely know that this compound comes from the cannabis (hemp) plant. Unlike the compound tetrahydrocannabinol, better known as THC, CBD is not a psychoactive cannabinoid compound. If you can’t get high from CBD, why is everyone talking about it? Though the compound has not yet undergone extensive clinical testing, preliminary studies suggest that cannabidiol is useful in treating some types of seizures, and may be useful in managing... more ...
A few weeks ago DatingNews.com -  a site dedicated to cover about everything going on in the dating world  - approached us and asked if we would share our story.Check out the article on 50plus-Club "How a German Dating Site Built an International Community of Senior Singles" and find out why 50plus-Club is more than a dating site. The origins of 50plus-Club go back to 2005...... more ...
Grilling is one of the most quintessential summertime activities. On a hot afternoon, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as enjoying a barbequed meal with friends and family.  Organizing a grilling party, however, requires a bit of foresight and planning. By thinking ahead, however, you can ensure that your barbeque will be healthy and enjoyable for all.  Consider following these simple suggestions for making your next grilling get-together your best one yet!   Stick to Simple, Healthy & Homemade Options Grilling doesn’t have to involve ... more ...
Sex is a difficult subject for many couples to discuss. Cultural shame and negative past experiences have made many of us feel as though we should be embarrassed by our bodies and ashamed of our sexual desires. As a result, many of us find ourselves unsatisfied in the ways in which we and our partners connect sexually.  A study of couples from more than 20 countries found that couples with great sex lives prioritize sex and communicate their desires to one another. By changing your communication techniques you, too, can improve your sex life, allowing you to foster a richer physical,... more ...
According to studies, it has been estimated that nearly 70% of relationship conflicts amongst married couples remain unresolved. Amongst couples who are dating, recurrent arguments are often a problem, too. In our previous article, we highlighted a few of the most common sources of conflict in intimate relationships. Many partners, for instance, find it difficult to discuss sex and intimacy. Issues surrounding commitment, priorities, and time spent together also tend to cause feelings of hurt and jealousy. Finances may trigger fights, and bickering over chores is common. Family may come b... more ...
In romantic relationships, two distinct individuals must strive to make decisions not just for themselves, but for the health of their shared relationship. Some of the most beautiful aspects of romance are intertwined with this sense of unity and oneness; the most difficult parts of maintaining healthy relationships, however, also have to do with the conflicts that arise when partners disagree. In this two-part article, we first explore the most common sources of contention between romantic partners. Are any of these topics causing strain in your current relationship? Have these issues ca... more ...
At one point or another, most of us have heard it argued that compromise is the key to happy and healthy relationships. It is, of course, true, that relationships, both personal and professional, require certain amounts of “give and take.” That being said, reaching a satisfying compromise is rarely an easy task! What may, on the surface, seem like a happy compromise may lead to bitterness or resentment if one party feels that they’re actually making a major sacrifice, rather than meeting their partner in the middle. The next time you find yourself negotiating with a roma... more ...

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My girlfriend (mi novia) Miriam and I met online at 50plus at the end of March and romance grew quite quickly. We met up in "real life" at Cancun airport on 20th May and have just had a 10 day holiday together. We were already in love before the holiday, but now we are 1000% in love.. Miriam is coming to the UK in September, with my next trip to Mexico already pencilled in.I just wanted to post this to show that, despite the difficulties, LDRs can definitely work. And I also want to thank the 50plus club for changing my life in such a positive way. Thank you so much!!LoveStuart ... more ...
From time to time, many of us need an extra touch of motivation and inspiration in our lives. If you’re feeling stuck, now just might be the right time to pick up a book filled with tips and ideas that encourage you to make positive changes in your life. Though broadly categorized as self-help books, the following titles also often highlight the triumphs and travails of others, providing insights regarding the personal and professional experiences of successful individuals. Are you looking to transform your habits and outlook on life? If so, add one of these thought-provoking t... more ...