Can you find love with a good man after 60? Yes, you can.
I know this because I did it myself along with many of my clients. So, the question is how? The three dating tips I’m going to share can help you jumpstart your love life and put you in the game for attracting and keeping love.
Two years ago, I wrote an article on why men should be emotionally honest with women. The reader response was overwhelming. The article garnered more than 2,000 comments overnight, a number typically reserved for articles written by movie stars.
I’ve talked to lots of women over 60 and almost always the biggest fear they share with me is the thought of being alone forever.
In their mind, they’re not sure a man will want them at this age so when a good-looking man starts paying attention to them online, they feel special, desired and wanted.
I write about senior dating, coach women over 60 in dating and dated online until I met my partner four years ago. Nancy was 63. I was 67.
When it comes to dating after 60, it often feels like women face a choice between intimacy and independence. But, is this a fair assessment?
Certainly, many of the women in the Sixty and Me community have pushed back whenever I have raised this topic. Let’s explore this together.
We all want love in our lives, no matter what age we are! But maintaining healthy relationships – romantic and otherwise – becomes even more important in our 50s, 60s and beyond.
So, how do you put yourself out there and make new connections in the over-50 dating scene?
When it comes to dating, it can be challenging no matter what your age.
But for women in the Sixty and Me community, dating can be accompanied by frustrating stereotypes, making it even more of a challenge.
Have you decided the time has come to start dating again? If you have, and are unsure how to go about it, the best thing to do is talk with an expert. Professional dating coach, Lisa Copeland, discusses the one most important thing that every woman should have before she starts looking for a man. Enjoy the show!
We met in our 50s, both divorced and disgruntled with relationships. I agreed to go on a blind date for dinner because I like to eat. Despite our best intentions to remain single forever, we were holding hands by dessert. Life has been sweet ever since.
Many people associate dating with finding love. But is that the only thing dating could be useful for? Join us in a discussion with professional dating coach, Lisa Copeland, who has a bag full of ideas about finding friends in your 60’s. Enjoy the show!