Dating advice for seniors
Using his background in market research, he conducted seven different studies and interviewed more than 1,000 men and 600 women ages 55 and older who were widowed or divorced.Spielman's book, "Suddenly Solo: A Lifestyle Road Map for the Mature, Widowed or Divorced Man," came out in February 2013.When Harold (Hal) Spielman's wife of 32 years passed away five years ago, dating did not enter his mind.First, he had to figure out how to work the washing machine.
"I wanted to see how other people were coping," he says.So, what seems a shallow desire in men—as women’s gold-digging must seem to them—is quite deeply based in reproductive success.Unfortunately, oso even older men continue pursuit of The Young And The Breasted, even if they don’t want more kids, have a vasectomy, or would be embarrassed if/when mistaken for their date’s dad. Here’s how you can improve the senior dating and remarriage odds in 6 easy steps: 1. We’ve all met him/her: The Gorgeous One who appears amazing but as soon as the mouth opens, reveals an appalling poverty of soul.He continues to write articles on his website, Suddenly Solo.org, and also hosts an online radio show about understanding the new dating culture.With its unique challenges, senior dating does seem to require a road map.