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.
It’s absolutely true that many older men care about physical beauty and youth. Lisa reminds us that we are just as capable of flirting as our younger counterparts. At the end of the day, most men just want to be appreciated and valued, not criticized and rejected. Please leave your thoughts and share your experiences in the comments section below.
Finally, Lisa advised us not to take the game to seriously.
Everyone, both men and women, has a fear of rejection.
For my part, I have always believed in following my passions and letting the rest take care of itself. Or, if you love traveling, while learning new things, why not consider a Road Scholar trip?
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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