Starting over in dating
And If anyone is single "voluntarily" and thinks they have no problems with relationships (and it was all the other persons problems), and maybe you are on some spiritual quest, or working on a secret invention, or training 24/7 for the ironman decathalon, whateva, THEN WHY ARE YOU ON THE INTERNET DATING SITE?! I am content by myself so I am not thinking it will change my dating at all.
Definitely take your time - believe it or not, there is some healing to do before you will be ready to get into another relationship. I just wonder what other people though about it and if they ever felt like they have been in one place too long?
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
” Starting over at 50 or older is no small undertaking.
And that includes taking on the challenges of making new friends over 50; adjusting to a marital status change (for example) with both obstacles and opportunities; beginning a new career, of necessity or design; or plunging into an altogether new set of adventures by relocating – whatever your reasons for doing so.
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Well I haev just went through a divorce and now I'm single again, I'm 39 years old with three grown boys that are on there own now WHAT DO I DO WITH MYSELF?
I’m 50 yrs old and [a] single parent of a 17 yr old… I don’t like my living situation and I plan to move in 2 yrs after my son finishes his 2 yrs at comm college…
Make sure it feels right and for heaven's sake.....
nobody likes going on an emotional roller coaster ride. Take it easy, the most important part is to work on your MIND first.
But in middle age, the factors involved in where and how to make a fresh start are much more numerous, especially after divorce or widowhood. The enormity of starting over after age 50 can seem overwhelming.
Typically, you’re dealing with more complex issues and more “baggage” than when you’re younger, and realistically, facing cultural bias as well.