Given up hope dating
— Love, Debra One year ago, I gave up dating, and it changed my life.
I’m so excited to hear their stories and share their messages with you as well! And be sure to leave them some love in the comment section below.I hope that boomer women will reconsider giving up dating, and that boomer men be willing to meet them halfway.The gender divide can be narrowed, and the proof is the millions of boomers who routinely meet and make a life together.Maybe it's because I'm a guy and we're hardwired differently. Sexless In Seattle My dating experience with boomer women suggests that few are fans of casual sex, so it's likely that giving up dating also means giving up sex.Considering the physical and emotional highs associated with sex with a loving partner, this seems an awful lot to surrender.Finding a partner in my sixties seemed like a miracle at the time, but the reality is that we both made it happen by continuing to date even when it felt hopeless.
I’m Debra Fileta, Professional Counselor & Author of True Love Dates, and I created this blog as a space to pair psychology and Christian spirituality to address all things love, dating, and relationships.
The sixties are over, and so is casual sex for most boomer women. Boomer men just want to play the field and are reluctant to commit.
I disagree with women that the majority of boomer men feel this way.
I don't know any single boomer guys who enjoy dating enough to avoid relationships.
The rift between the genders around this issue is due in part, because we don't express what we want and need in the same manner.
Since there's no shortage of couples in their seventies and eighties still enjoying sex, there's no age limitation.