Can lightning strike on the other side of 50? It sure can. Sherry Amatenstein shares true stories of finding The One.
Here Karen Bigman shares the steps she took after divorce. Now she is living-proof of a more fulfilling single life.
Now that the nest is empty, one woman is ready for adventure and travel. Her husband…not so much. Cathi Hanauer shares how these two need to contemplate the road ahead.
What would happen if your partner decided to do the household cooking? Patrice Nicholas found out when her husband did just that—and it wasn’t at all what she expected
(It’s not what you think!) Janie Emaus shares a story of sadness and re-finding the rhythm of daily life in this sweet story
If your sex life was unsatisfying, would you and your partner be willing to re-learn how to make love? Laura Zam was. Here, she shares the details of what it’s really like to get way intimate in front of an expert…and the ecstatic results
Where does the line between a great and a good-enough relationship lie? One woman asks, and our answer guru calls it.
If you feel like the thrill is gone, listen to these three midlife women who got—yikes—a shot down there for better orgasms. Stephanie Booth finds out if it the O-Shot works.
Half a lifetime ago, Diane Cole took a transformative trip with her first husband. Could she—should she—recreate it with her second spouse?
“Only sleep with guys who aren’t really right for you.” This is the kind of advice Sherri Eisenberg got when she waded into the online-dating waters. Here, she shares her adventures, the counter-intuitive rules, and the bit of advice that really and truly works.
In this month devoted to love, our advice genius tackles a tough one: What to do if you find The One very (and we mean very) soon after the death of his wife? Listen up.
Doug and Dee Bynum fell in love twice. Once when the world was new and, years later, when age and experience added richness to the romance. It worked for them. Could it also for you?
Talk about turnarounds! Burnt out from watching couples part ways, Beth Liebling decided to help people stay (very close) together with a boutique that sells items both lacy and racy.
Yes, her husband is 16 years younger. And a musician. But that doesn’t mean their marriage is what you think. Listen up as Nina Malkin busts some major myths about love with a younger man.
Was it his fault? Hers? Both? Neither? One woman navigates the hard path ahead as 29 years of coupledom unravel and finds a strange silver lining.
Eileen Stukane and her husband visited Sicily for the natural beauty and the food. They never expected the trip to turn into the honeymoon they never had.
Our article on boomer marriages dissolving at double the usual rate got the Tribe talking. Come listen in.
Eavesdrop here on which hotties your fellow NextTribers lust after and find out why midlife crushes are good for your marriage, your soul–and, um, other areas.
When she lost her husband at 52, Terry Hayward became a subset of a subset—a widow among so many divorcees—which sometimes made her path harder, and sometimes more manageable.
Why are so many couples our age calling it quits? Here are your answers—and some advice to avoid midlife divorce.