It appears that senior women, therefore, have greater difficulty finding partners.
Their priorities change, and they may not consider romantic companionship as essential for a sense of security and well-being.
They seemed to get on well via email, but whenever it came to meeting up, there was always a problem.
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The playing field for dating older women or men is more uncertain than for younger people.
As men tend to die younger, women greatly outnumber men.
Therefore many senior women may feel no need to date.
Loyalty to deceased partners or to other family members, issues about the appropriateness of dating, and satisfaction with independence may all contribute to the decision not to date.
I’d seen David’s profile online and we’d exchanged a few emails. When you’ve come out of a long-term relationship, your confidence can hit rock bottom. I was so out of practice, but we had a great time and it boosted my confidence.
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But while physical problems may hinder a physical relationship, many single males find companionship more important than physical needs.
The couple will find new acquaintances and friends who tend to accept them as a married couple instead of simply dating singles.