When I talk with the women in our community about dating after 60, I am usually met with skeptical, or even cynical, responses. The most common complaint that women our age have about older men is that they only want to date younger women.
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. But, as we get a little older, Lisa encourages us to take control and not be afraid to strike up a conversation with men.
Is sex after 60 really different for man and women? This is the question that I asked senior dating coach, Lisa Copeland, in a recent interview.
When it comes to dating over 60, have you ever thought about how myths about aging might be holding you back? For example, one of the biggest stereotypes is that the older you get the less interested you should be in sex. What rubbish!
Why is sex after 60 so rarely seen on TV and in the movies? After all, sex is an important part of life at every age. It is one of the most intimate ways that we can communicate with another person. Many would also argue that sex is essential to our emotional and physical health.
Many people are highly skeptical about dating after 60. By the time we reach our 60th birthday, most of us have our share of emotional bruises. In this video, I interview a professional dating coach Lisa Copeland who talks about whether it is possible to find love in your 50s and 60s.
Is sex after 60 really better than ever? Or, does Hollywood have it right when they portray sex as a young person’s game? In this interview, I talk with dating coach, Lisa Copeland about love and sex after 60.
Online dating over 60 can be a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, technology is making it easier than ever to meet new people. On the other hand, there are plenty of people out there who are willing to take advantage of you. Even if you manage to avoid the pitfalls, making your online dating profile stand out can be a challenge.
If you are looking to develop a relationship with a man in your sixties, you have to know where to look. They are not hiding, but they are certainly are not going to come knocking on your door. Interesting men are out in the world doing interesting things, not waiting patiently for you to appear in their lives.
Finding love after 50 is tough. That’s the conclusion that I have come to after talking with several senior dating experts, as well as, the women in our community. Part of the problem is that, while the dating game has changed, our expectations haven’t.