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Roughly 14 percent of men and 19 percent of women want more affection.Four out of 10 men and 44 percent of women say their partner is fulfilling all their needs. Offer a foot massage or a neck rub, use pet names and dress up occasionally just to please your partner.Tip: Many things besides romance can keep partners bonded: security, family, illness or even habit. More than 70,000 people have completed The Normal Bar's online survey.
A sociologist and author, Pepper seeks to improve the lives of aging boomers and the age 50-plus audience by enhancing their relationships and offering advice on everything from sex and health issues to communication and dating in midlife and beyond.You can be part of the largest relationship study ever conducted and learn how your "normal" compares to that of others. It can take you just a few minutes — or more, if you really get into the fun of answering questions and checking out the survey's results.29.5 percent of people in a relationship for a year or less say yes, compared with 48.9 percent of people in a relationship for 21 years or more.Sadly — or so we thought — 33 percent of respondents said they rarely or never have sex.But even among couples who report being "extremely happy," an astonishing one-fourth rarely or never get it on.