Many active living seniors are continually disproving the idea that technology is for the younger crowd. Nowadays, seniors are becoming more and more comfortable with life in the digital age.
Now, active living seniors who are single are using modern technology to keep up with dating and their personal lives. According to the AARP Bulletin Today, more and more adults over the age of 50 are using text messages for flirting and nurturing relationships.
"It's a misnomer that the biological changes of aging have to lead to a decrease in sexuality and sexual experience," Suzanne Blake, a relationship coach, told the news source.
Blake reports that even married couples are now taking part in the trend.
"They want to flirt. It makes them feel lively and young," she said.
Active living seniors shouldn't hesitate to learn about new technology whenever they can. In fact, USA Today reports that playing in certain video games can prohibit certain mental illnesses, such as Alzheimer's Disease.