No Age Limit on Love
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Many things tend to "go" as we age — our energy, our hair volume — but our love lives don't have to. (Just look at the unlikely pair in Something's Gotta Give.) Read on to learn why romance isn't just for the young ...
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According to researchers, lifestyle choices determine 70 percent of how we age. Countess Sofya and Leo Tolstoy, who were portrayed in The Last Station, were known to have a vibrant intimate life well into their later years.
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Geriatric psychiatrist Marc E. Agronin said to The New York Times that, despite what some may think, the need for romance doesn’t age. The love triangle among the characters in It's Complicated shows us that drama doesn't either.
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"Love can be an endlessly blossoming flower … expressed in hundreds of ways," Agronin told the Times. Katherine Hepburn and Henry Fonda portray both the joys and difficulties years of marriage can bring in On Golden Pond.
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Former Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham said, "No one can avoid aging, but aging productively is something else." The couple in The Bridges of Madison County was quite productive — they fell head over heels in just four days.
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While The Notebook is still our number one aged lovers flick, we’re excited for the upcoming Letters to Juliet, about a young girl (Amanda Seyfried) who goes to Italy and helps an older women (Vanessa Redgrave) search for a lost love.