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Finding Romance Later in Life

By his late sixties, Ken Solin was in a rut. He had been dating on and off for about 10 years following a divorce, and he realized he was choosing the same kind of person repeatedly. So he reached out on an online dating site to a woman far different than his usual type-and they clicked. That was five years ago. Solin, now 72, and his partner just moved in together.

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