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What I Learned About Senior Dating from a Professional Dating Coach
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Once upon a time or, like, four years ago , I was 21 years old, fresh out of a relationship and enjoying all the aspects of single-hood with my other single friends. While I did sneak in a date here and there but only on weekdays because I didn't want to waste my weekends on a pointless date , the last thing on my mind was getting serious with a guy. Not to mention, there's the bogus pressure of society reminding you that you're not getting any younger, and if you don't find a boyfriend RIGHT NOW, you're destined to die alone. They're getting serious. They're having better sex, they're shacking up, talking marriage; a few of them might be already engaged.
I didn't start dating until I was 25—here's what I learned
Join us Thursday for two special coronavirus tele-town hall meetings. Find out more. As the stigma associated with online dating fades — and smartphone use rises — millions have turned to apps and sites such as Match, eharmony, Bumble and Tinder to find romance. For an older demographic used to classified ads, blind dates and singles bars, the cyber dating world can feel like an alternate universe. Yet, those plus are increasingly joining the scene.
If you are like many women in the community, the concept of senior dating probably sounds about as appealing as watching paint dry. For starters, no-one wants to think of themselves as a senior, even if they are in their 60s. In addition, after a life-time of difficult relationships, is it reasonable to think that we will be lucky in love in our 60s or 70s? By the time we reach our 60s, most of us have experienced romantic highs and devastating lows. Many of us have suffered broken trust, divorce and lost.