According to Lisa Copeland, dating after 50 is different than dating at any other point in our lives.
When we are younger, we can afford to sit back and let men come to us.
Four senior dating tips to guide your renewed quest for love in your life.
Here’s a senior dating dilemma: On one hand, the society we live in tells people of a certain age that their best opportunities for love and romance have come and gone. On the other hand, a part of you still feels like an adventurous teenager, regardless of what age appears on your driver’s license.
Attending wedding, graduations, and other social gatherings that your acquaintances may have also brings you into contact with a wider number of people - some of them you may hit it off with.
It is commonplace to wear those experiences on your sleeve and to let them dominate conversation when dating again.
Here’s the hot senior single dating tip: Don’t do it!
Internationally Acclaimed Life Strategist Tanja Diamond says, "It's very important to set priorities first, and boundaries as a close second." Don't worry about how others date, but focus on what you feel comfortable with.
If your rule has always been that you don't kiss on the first date, then don't worry about whether it's "old school." Age should, at the very least, earn you the right to set some comfortable boundaries.