3 Top Dos and Don'ts For Single Women Dating After 50 | HuffPost
You're a single, professional woman, and you'd like to find a long-term partner. On the surface, you'd think that finding a mutually rewarding and healthy relationship would be easy, but we all know it is not, and here's why: The pool in which you're fishing is shallow and poorly stocked, my friends. We're looking for top quality fishing, and all we find are throwbacks Of course not. There are ways to locate a person who's a healthy fit - it takes time, patience, being deliberate and mindful in the process. What a great guy is was defined by the cave woman millions of years ago. The most prized man in those days was strong and healthy, faithful, had a cave in a safe neighborhood, could protect her if needed and was great at hunting and gathering.
When Rhonda Lynn Way was in her 50s and on the dating scene for the first time since she was 21, she had no idea where to start. She tried to use dating apps, but the experience felt bizarre and daunting. Way is now 63 and still single. Throughout their adult life, their generation has had higher rates of separation and divorce, and lower rates of marriage in the first place , than the generations that preceded them.
I was born in and have two older siblings. So far, so normal. Except for the fact that being born in — the same year the Titanic went down — my father was old enough to be my great-grandfather. To further compound the issue, my mother was born in — a difference of 33 years between their births. As a child, I was never overtly aware that other people's parents were of similar ages; my mum and dad were just like anyone else's.