You have so much more wisdom and experience than you did the first time around, so you will be able to leave behind all the nonsense you remember about dating.Dating is definitely different than it was the first time around, however, with new technology it can be much easier to meet someone.You're the age of my children, and if I took up with a man their age, they'd have a cow.
You do not want to fall in love with someone that turns out to be totally different, so many people have done that already.
This is one of the great things about dating in your senior years, because by this age you should have the confidence to be yourself, and not be so concerned about what other people want you to be.
By the time they met in person, they were such good friends, everything just clicked.
They were married very soon after their first meeting, and I know this sounds corny, are living happily ever after.
The Internet has made the world smaller, making dating for seniors easier.
My sister is happily married to a man that lived in another state, who she met through a senior dating service online.
Now that her children are grown, she was so lonely and longed for the companionship of someone that enjoyed the same interests that she did.
She tried an online dating site, and went on a few dates, which were a lot of fun.
Don't get me going on "to" instead of "too" or "two", or "then" instead of "than". Quoting Claire1939: About online predators: When I signed up on another service in January, I was instantly flooded with messages from all over the country, and from men of my children's ages.