So what’s a midlife woman who was raised in a world where men were “supposed” to make the first move do?Bob and Mary Longacre of Dana Point, California, suggest, "Don't argue, no one wins."Geraldyn and Donald Eckber of Bridgeport, Connecticut offer a more philosophical approach."Bring new and different enrichment to the marriage by growing and thriving as an individual, distinct and whole unto yourself while connected by the marriage link."Betty and Clancy Stowell of Independence, Missouri say they learned from both their families the need to work through problems and stick it out through good times and bad."We've had some wing dings," Clancy said. and Irene Paterson of Peoria, Arizona acknowledge that enduring love does not always come easily.Many men love to work out, so, a great place to meet them is at the gym.Meeting people at the gym has a few build in advantages.If you have a grandchild, take them for a walk or buy them ice-cream at a local cafe. The most important dating guideline is to simply do things you love.If you love museums, look for special events that will draw a crowd.Arthur Paris and Joan Weisman of Millbrook, NY, married 27 years, said, "The secret to love is two bathrooms and two computers."Aaron Meyers of Tuckahoe, NY, married to Muriel for 70 years, sums up the secret to lasting love in two simple but powerful words: "YES, DEAR."See the couples and their tips for lasting love at Citation: Watermark Retirement Communities, Inc.. Bette Davis once said that getting old is not for sissies.Watermark Seniors Reveal Secrets to Enduring Love - Watermark Retirement Communities, one of the nation's leading operators of senior living communities, recently asked senior couples coast to coast their tips for lasting love.Now throughout February, in celebration of Valentine's Day, Watermark is sharing some of those secrets, from simple to sublime, at you interview couples that have been together for as many as 70 years and you can still see that gleam in their eye, you know they've found the secret," said Jill Hofer, Watermark's Director of Communication and Public Relations.