Dating after age fifty
” So, the message to all singles is this: Quit worrying about what they’re thinking about you and ask yourself, what do want to know about them?Stuart, a 63-year-old widower, has two questions that have worked wonders for him: “What do you like to do for fun? ” It’s OK if you don’t always share every point you want to make.
But whether divorce or widowhood has thrown a wrench in that reverie, or you’ve just never found your special someone, many fifty-somethings do find themselves single—and sometimes a little worried about it.If you’re on the bashful side, think of it this way: The worst they can say is no. Case in point: John, 62, is dating a woman he met at the dry-cleaner.