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Bette Davis once said that getting old is not for sissies.
Well, many women would argue that the same comment applies to dating after 60.
The imagery was chilling and most people would hate to think of dying that way.
Signed, Laura Hi Laura, Your question obviously follows my last post mentioning two tragic news stories recently published about older women who died alone without anyone noticing for some time.
In my recent interview with dating coach, David Wygant, he suggested that men are often the ones who lack confidence and suffer from fear of rejection.
These symptoms have got worse over the past seven years. I don’t know what’s wrong with me that I can’t seem to “connect” and make new friends. For example, college students are continually thrown into contact with other people in similar circumstances. Admittedly, there are times when it is tougher than others to make new friends.Various doctors have told me they may be linked to anxiety, early menopause (I am 47) and, more recently, chronic fatigue syndrome.However, my biggest fear is that my immune system has been compromised – by an untreated thyroid disorder.The senior population has steadily increased with each passing year.For those who don’t have the option or simply don’t want to meet other singles through family and friends, here are the top five ways seniors are finding love in 2017 for those who are seeking friendship, intimacy or love: There’s one notable way in which the dating scene has changed since most seniors were last dating — the Internet.Instead, it is important for older people to define new and authentic modes of intimacy and sexuality, so knowing where to find potential partners is important, and is, interestingly, more accessible than ever before for today’s aging population.There were more than 40 million Americans over 65 in 2011, according to the U. Administration on Aging, an 18% increase from 2000.The administration also reported the number of Americans age 45-64 rose by 33% from 2000-2011.A large number of these Americans are single, with 55% of women and 28% men over 65 stating they were unmarried.