Young women are attracted to older men in all the right situations and turned off by them in all the wrong situations.

It wasn't always easy," the singer told Vegas Deluxe's Robin Leach in July 2013. Imagine all the shopping, the jewelry, the shoes, the dresses I could give to her."On René's Perseverance"René is a champion. I don’t want to sound pretentious, but I am his favorite singer and he wants to see me back on the stage singing again! "Whatever life imposes — sickness, or whatever, you don’t have a choice. But you do have the choice on how you’re going to go through this."On René's Cancer Fight"He doesn’t stop amazing me. It’s going to be his way and it’s going to be the way he wants it to be," Dion said in August 2015, during her first show after the hiatus.

I’m being heard through my interviews, through my songs.

“It is a treasure that is outshined by what it means…eternal romance.” —Theresa Ann Moore, “Engagement Ring” “yours is the light by which my spirit’s born:yours is the darkness of my soul’s return—you are my sun, my moon, and all my stars” —E. Cummings, “The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.” —Audrey Hepburn, actress “Love is a lot like a backache.

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Angélil and Dion, 47, first met when he became her music manager in 1980.

(She was 12 and he was 38 at the time.) The couple married in December 1994 and renewed their vows in 2000. The famed "My Heart Will Go On" singer often spoke openly about her fertility struggles throughout their marriage.

The couple welcomed their first child, son René-Charles, now 14, in 2001. (Dion later revealed that she was supposed to have triplets, but she miscarried one of the babies.)In recent years, the Canadian singer put her music career on hold to take care of her longtime love as his health began to deteriorate. We love you."On René's Loving Support"He's been there for me all my life, and I've been there for him all my life," she said in August 2015.

(He was first diagnosed with cancer in 1998.) She took a hiatus from her Las Vegas residency in August 2014, and made a triumphant — and emotional — return to the stage last August."I’m trying really hard to show my children that sickness and things happen in life. It’s just hard to convince [yourself] to say no more."On Balancing Work and Motherhood"I’ve worked hard for nearly 30 years, and I feel like only now is it paying off in terms of happiness. "There's a part of me that never really left the stage.

You cannot be crying and be depressed and consistently talk about, ‘Oh my God,'" Dion told Us and other reporters at the time. Talk over everything and you'll find you are still on the honeymoon. It's the secret."On Renewing Their Vows"For the year 2000, we renewed our vows, just to prove again that we were right! She added of having more children: "I’m not saying I’m going to have another one. But the only reward that would mean anything to me is my children. I wanted to be there, but I needed to be someplace else, which was much more important at that time. To be by my family."On René's Last Wish Dion opened up about Angélil's illness during an interview with USA Today.