Staying connected is the center senior experience. To retire successfully, it is important to have relationships in your life that make you feel attached. Adult living may mean a new involvement in senior organizations, retirement centers, the 55 community, as well as with family and friends. Retirement Life Matters provides information about the multitude of relations you have in your life and how to make them thrive. If you are part of a couple, the retirement transition can be a wonderful opportunity to reconnect. But it also provides challenges to discuss and face individually and together. This can be to family, but should also include friends, both peers and people of other generations. Coach Stephen Frueh discusses a fresh approach in Married: Growing Up and Out!Whether planned or not, many of the boomer generation are facing retirement as single. Discussion about dating and relationships as we get older provide a new perspective on an old topic. More the mature single senior, social connections are being found on the Internet with Pros and Cons of Online Dating. If you haven't dated in a while, it can be a scary thing, but First Date Ideas for Seniors makes suggestions of ways to get the ball rolling. Sex is still an eager topic as many of the myths are explored in The Facts about Senior Sex.Extended family, grown children and grandchildren may center senior activities. While a difficult topic for the senior family, understanding Grandparents and Divorce will help the many people who are faced with this situation. On the fun side, Travel with Grandchildren offers tips about making the most of this experience.