Dating after age 55
Another option is to simply go to the places you love and do the things you love to do.Any man who shares your interests is likely to be frequenting the same places.So they have started focusing on their own interests, activities and families, regardless of whether they can find “the right man.” Many women our age are having a hard time trusting men – whether due to a painful divorce or a series of disappointing dating experiences.Many women over 60 find that their sense of confidence is broken and feel disillusioned by men and marriage.A few women mentioned that they observed many men our age are emotionally damaged and others find that they no longer trust men’s motives.Others said that the longer you are single, the harder it becomes to fall in love.You get set in your ways, and are no longer willing to make yourself vulnerable in the ways that dating requires, or be open to a new serious romantic relationship.
Here are a few of the main points on the minds of women who are grappling with the challenges and opportunities of finding love after 60: Many women in their 60s have been hurt, divorced or widowed.
Most women our age are interested in finding a man who shares mutual interests, common dreams, and a common worldview.
Women our age want to be appreciated and have someone to share adventures and laughter with.
This leaves many women wondering whether it is worth re-entering the dating world and looking for the best way to go about finding love after 60.
We recently posed a question on Facebook to our Sixty and Me community, asking women our age who might have gone through a recent divorce and entering the world of over 60 dating for the first time.
Search for dating after age 55:
We are no longer looking for a relationship with the goal of having children and building a “home” together.