Everything is pretty much the same in the dating game. Years ago we had romantic dinners and movies and a stroll on the park. We are still the same, we are just a bit older and I hope wiser.Most people when talking about online dating tell you be careful.These findings reflect a demographic shift owing in part to boomers' ever-rising divorce rate (more than 50 percent).Boomers are more likely than their parents' generation to experience divorce, to be currently divorced and to remain unmarried in midlife, according to a Bowling Green State University study.
Women said the thing they enjoyed most about being single was not having to clean up after someone else (34 percent), while men noted they liked having the time and freedom to engage in hobbies and social activities they didn't get to in the past, Ehle told Huff/Post50.
, which is likely the case since we gal boomers have more than a few (good) years under our collective belts. Although from 2007, statistics showed that in our age group, there were 92 men for every 100 women for those of us aged 55 through 64.
Congratulations on realizing you’re not going to “just meet someone” without effort on your part—and your future partner’s. Additionally, the odds for us boomer gals aren’t bad.
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A big obstacle to finding love after 50 happens when you're NOT putting yourself in places where you can be seen and found by available men on a DAILY BASIS!
Although from 2007, statistics showed that in our age group, there were 92 men for every 100 women for those of us aged 55 through 64.
Congratulations on realizing you’re not going to “just meet someone” without effort on your part—and your future partner’s.
So where do we, as baby boomers find a date and find love?
Well may be at the local bowls club our senior citizens club or at you local library. I think we, the baby boomers, have less chance to met mister or miss right in the real world.
"There's always interest in companionship and dating," said Fred Ehle, vice president of brand management for Pulte Group, Del Webb's parent company.
"People want to be around people like themselves and they want to share their experiences with each other no matter their age." But sharing their lives together doesn't necessarily mean another trip down the aisle, according to the survey of 521 single boomers ages 50 and older.