Dating guide for woman
Statistics have shown that between the ages of 60 and 64, there are actually fewer men to date, says author Renee Fisher in "Where Are All The Older Single Men? According to Fisher, there are approximately 2.3 women for every one man, and the ratio just becomes more unbalanced the older people get.
So, how can a woman over 60 who’s brave enough to put herself out there find a great date?
A New York native, Carrie Stemke is an avid writer, editor and traveler whose work has covered many different topics.
She has had a lifelong fascination with and love of psychology, and hold's a bachelor's degree in the subject.
Terri Orbuch found in a 25-year study of 373 married couples, that those divorced participants who were no longer harboring feelings for their ex were more likely to find love again.
So strike up a conversation with the cute older man in line at Starbucks or the grocery store.
The most important guideline for trying to meet a new man, adds Sixty and Me founder Margaret Manning in "Dating After 60: Real World Dating Advice for Older Women," is to do things you’re passionate about like going to a museum or bookstore.
Instead, focus on having fun and being the best version of yourself you can be.
If you’re getting back into dating after a divorce, breakup, or the untimely death of your husband, take your time.