On Life and Love after 50 eNewsletter July 28, 2017
Part 1 - Three widowers and a soon-to-be divorced man comment on senior dating after 60, 70, 80 and 90
A woman walked up to me at the San Juan Capistrano (California) Costco last week and said: “I read your dating columns. Why don’t you write more about single men?”
I said, “Because I don’t hear much from men.” And wouldn’t you know it? When I got home, there were emails from four men, aged 62, 77, 81, and 91.
Senior dating challenges mature women face - In my most recent Picket Fence Media column (week of August 26 – September 1), I featured Brenda, a widow, 68, who had soured on men and the overall dating scene for women age 60+. In the article, I suggested she soften her opinion regarding the single men she is meeting, which brought some eye-opening responses from single women. Joan said, “Your advice is generally very helpful but you can't possibly see the reality of the dating
Week after week, it is the input from Champs that powers this newsletter. Without your comments, insights, and experiences, this newspaper wouldn’t exist. This week, there are four parts. Each is a result of a Champ stepping up and taking the time to write. Often, Champs respond to the previous week’s message, or an earlier newsletter. Such is what happened this week.
Part 1 - Why some women are content with just loving an image in a long-distance relationship and never me