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!
Online dating could be dangerous if you don’t know how to protect yourself. Are you aware of the safety precautions you need to take when meeting men online? Professional dating coach, Lisa Copeland, is here today to give us some tips how to avoid scammers. Enjoy the show!
Making the decision to go back into the dating world is not easy. Do you ask yourself, “Can I do it on my own?” If you think you need help and support, join us in this conversation with professional dating coach, Lisa Copeland. She gives her invaluable advice for finding the best coach. Enjoy the show!
Over 50 dating could be a challenge, especially if you just decided to have go at it. Are there any quick facts that could help you out? Join us in a discussion with dating coach, Lisa Copeland, who is here to share some little known facts that just might ease your mind. Enjoy the show!
Forget the aging stereotypes! Women over 50 are vibrant, emotional and sexual beings. Many of us are interested in over 50 dating, even if we don’t have any intention of getting married again. We just need a little advice on how to get started.
My guest on today’s episode of the Sixty and Me Show is dating coach, Lisa Copeland. Join us as we discuss how to find love – or at least a little romance – in your 50s, 60s or better! Enjoy the show!
Not long ago, I met a very lovely lady who enthusiastically shared her story of love lost and found again. She explained how her husband had died 20 years earlier. Years later, after vowing that she would never love anyone else, this woman found herself falling in love again.
Even though we probably don’t realize it, throughout our lives, we have been bombarded with images of the stereotypical “cute little old couple.” In the movies and on TV, growing old with someone else is portrayed as “normal.” Single older people are generally shown to be depressed, lonely, mean or anti-social.
When an acquaintance, Michael, shared with me that he had lost his job at a small law firm, it opened a new level of communication between us. We talked about his new situation and he told me he was very appreciative of having my ear. I’d see him most mornings at the dog park where our dogs played together.