Dating

Finding love after 60 is possible. All you need is honest senior dating advice, information about which senior dating sites work and tips for finding someone special.

7 years ago

What’s Different About Love and Sex After 60? (Video)

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. Read More

7 years ago

3 Tips for Online Dating Over 60 from a Professional Dating Coach (Video)

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. Read More

7 years ago

When it Comes to Love After 50, Do You Really Want a Soulmate?

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. Read More

7 years ago

What I Learned About Senior Dating from a Professional Dating Coach

If you are like many women in the community, the concept of senior dating probably sounds about as appealing as watching paint dry. For starters, no-one wants to think of themselves as a senior, even if they are in their 60s. In addition, after a life-time of difficult relationships, is it reasonable to think that we will be lucky in love in our 60s or 70s? Read More

7 years ago

What’s the Best Place to Look for Love After 60?

If you listen to the media, you would be forgiven for believing that looking for love after 60 is like trying to find water in the desert, blindfolded, without shoes… well, you get the idea. This might have been true in the 1950s, but, we’ve come a long way since then. The truth is that more people over 60 are finding love than ever before. Read More

7 years ago

Joan Collins Says that Sex After 50 Should be Accepted as Normal

Sex after 50 is taboo subject. While we have come to expect our world to be filled with images of perfectly shaped 20-somethings in intimate situations, the very idea of sex over 50 is repulsive for many. In the movies, sex has become so commonplace that we barely even notice full-frontal scenes – unless, like in The Hangover, the body being shown is owned by an older person. In these cases, the nudity is there to make the audience giggle nervously. Read More

7 years ago

How to Write an Unstoppable Senior Dating Profile in 7 Easy Steps

If you are at the beginning of your senior dating journey, you probably have several questions. How can I write a great profile? Where are all the good men my age? Am I ready to deal with the emotions that will inevitably come as I get back into the dating game? Read More

7 years ago

Is Dating Over 50 Really Better than at Other Times?

If you believe the dating sites, dating over 50 is easy, fun and stress-free. Some services have even gone so far as to say that dating in your 50s and 60s is better than at any other age. But, is this really true? Or, are dating sites simply looking for new ways to separate us from our money? Read More

7 years ago

Do You Still Want to Feel Sexy After 60? (Poll)

One of the biggest myths about aging is that women over 60 no longer care about how they look. This is definitely not true. Most of us still care about how we look, even if the world expects us to be invisible. At the same time, I have to wonder whether the focus of our attention shifts. For example, do most of us still care about being “sexy” in our 60s? Or, do we care more about being “desirable,” “visible,” or “needed?”

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7 years ago

Should Hollywood Embrace Sex After 50?

If you watch a random assortment of Hollywood movies, you could be forgiven for believing that the only people who have sex are in their 20s and, occasionally, 30s. When people in their 50s and older engage in an on-screen romance, their relationship is typically portrayed as sweet, cute and humorous. Read More