Lisa is a dating coach who focuses on helping older women to find quality men.If you are feeling a bit discouraged by your search for a partner, or, you have tried dating sites without much luck, this interview is for you! Lisa reminds us that online dating over 50 is not for wimps.On this site, you will meet several older men dating younger women that have refused to let age become a barrier to them finding happiness.
Besides, can you really have too many good friends? Please share your thoughts about dating over 60 in the comments section below.
It’s no secret that intimacy and relationships are the most important part of life.
But, one thing is for sure – the 60-year-old equivalent of George Clooney is not going to show up as your doorstep, riding a white horse and carrying a bouquet of hand-picked flowers! When we were younger, our mothers told us that “you need to kiss a lot of frogs to find a prince.” The same is definitely true for dating after 60!
You will probably have to meet dozens of men before you find one that you are really interested in spending more time with. Remember how to flirt and celebrate your feminine power.
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You have to really want a relationship and be prepared to put yourself out there.
She can’t promise you that you will find the man of your dreams.
But, as we get a little older it sometimes feels like the odds are tipped against us! In the last few years, companies have started to realize that there is a huge opportunity to help people over 50 to find partners and have opened senior dating sites just for us.
Obviously, not all dating sites are created equal, so, to help you cut through the noise, I sat down with dating coach, Lisa Copeland for a quick comparison.
There were more than 40 million Americans over 65 in 2011, according to the U. Administration on Aging, an 18% increase from 2000.