Other than online dating, it’s unlikely that you will find any quality men from the comfort of your own home. One of the complaints about older men is that they only want to date younger women.Lisa reminds us that men, just like us, have an “ideal” when it comes to dating.
In fact, I would argue that the more male friends you have in your life the better your chances of finding a quality man. One of the common threads that has emerged from these discussions is that us “older women” have little tolerance for games or time wasters.While it is possible to take this too far, for the most part, knowing what you want and sticking to your own standards is a good thing.It’s absolutely true that many older men care about physical beauty and youth. Lisa reminds us that we are just as capable of flirting as our younger counterparts. At the end of the day, most men just want to be appreciated and valued, not criticized and rejected. Please leave your thoughts and share your experiences in the comments section below.Finally, Lisa advised us not to take the game to seriously. 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.
If you don’t want to be single in Ireland today, then there’s absolutely no reason why you should be.
While 25-34 year old singles remain the largest group using dating sites, the over 50s have been and remain the fastest growing online dating group.
But wait, we’re living longer, generally feeling fitter and healthier, yet increasingly alone?
And all this at a time when it is completely unnecessary?
According to Lisa, after one relationship ends, it’s critical to enter the dating world with a clear understanding of your motivations, goals and desires.