One of the common threads that has emerged from these discussions is that us “older women” have little tolerance for games or time wasters.
While it is possible to take this too far, for the most part, knowing what you want and sticking to your own standards is a good thing.
According to Lisa, after one relationship ends, it’s critical to enter the dating world with a clear understanding of your motivations, goals and desires.
Another big difference with dating after 60 is that, unlike when we were teenagers, we can’t necessarily expect men to make the first move.
In addition, after a life-time of difficult relationships, is it reasonable to think that we will be lucky in love in our 60s or 70s?
By the time we reach our 60s, most of us have experienced romantic highs and devastating lows.
While women over 60 may have more emotional scars than our younger counterparts, we do have one big advantage – we know what we want!
Over the last few years, I’ve had a chance to talk with many of the women in the Sixty and Me community about relationships and dating.
Many of us have suffered broken trust, divorce and lost.
Is it any wonder that most women our age are reluctant to try “dating” again?
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