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Senior Dating: How To Find A Date

Senior dating is a challenging subject as more people live longer and expect to have a social life. If you are past the age of retirement and single, do you know how to find a date?

Senior dating is a challenging subject as more people live longer and expect to have a social life. If you are past the age of retirement and single, do you know how to find a date?

Finding interesting people to go out with can be a problem at any age, but if you are a senior, where can you go and what can you do to meet someone? Never let your age keep you from having a social life if you want one. There are plenty of people to meet who want to meet you. Here are some dating strategies for seniors that will get you started:

Friends and Family
One of the best ways to meet people is through friends and family. It is through networking that you get invited to weddings, graduations, reunions, parties, funerals, celebrations, anniversaries, religious holidays, work-related events, and other gatherings. Don’t be afraid to let people know that you would enjoy meeting someone.

Beliefs, Interests, and Hobbies
Attending your place of worship or volunteering for your favorite political candidate puts you in the arena of your strongly held values. People you meet in these places will hold many of the same convictions that you do. And what are your interests? Do you like to garden? Visit the home show or flower show in your area. Do you like to volunteer at the literacy center? Look for other interested people who do the same. Do you play tennis, swim, golf, or play bridge? You will find many like-minded people enjoying these same pursuits who may also be single and senior. What are your interests and hobbies? Look for clubs and groups that represent your interests. Follow that lead and it will take you to some new friends.

The Internet
Having a computer is one of the most important connecting tools you will ever own. You can meet many, many other seniors who would like to chat, email, and meet you for a date. If you do not have a computer, you can use one at your senior center or at the public library. You can also find a used one reasonably priced in your local newspaper. If you need help learning how to use a computer, take classes for free at your local high school, college, religious group, senior center, or at your YMCA. Get a high school student, neighbor, friend or relative to take the time to show you how to use it. Ask around. Help is out there. Seniors can easily become isolated…especially if you are suffering any ailments. But the computer can keep you in touch with others. And it can keep you dating.

If you are a dating senior, you will find many people who are interested in meeting you. All you have to do is reach out and try. Don’t give up.

Visit http://www.tonjaweimer.com or http://www.singlesdatingtips.com for more tips, skills, and insight on dating, relationships, singles, and love. Subscribe to our F*ree Savvy Dating Newsletter from master single’s coach, life coach, and syndicated columnist, Tonja Weimer.

Copyright 2006, Tonja Weimer

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