Dating at 62
That said, you should always remain cautious when meeting people online.Never agree to go to someone's home or give out personal, identifying information and always let someone close to you know where you'll be.Based in Pittsburgh, Erica Loop has been writing education, child development and parenting articles since 2009.Her articles have appeared in "Pittsburgh Parent Magazine" and the website PBS Parents.You've met that special someone, but she's not exactly from your generation.While you might have more in common with someone who is also 60 or more, don't count out the chance for love just because a potential partner is a decade -- or more -- younger than you.By the time you reach midlife, it's likely that you've found activities and hobbies that you already enjoy.While you still have plenty of time to explore, dating after 60 may mean having to accept your partner's existing interests.
An advantage to dating in this new world is that now you can make a romantic connection without leaving your house.
In my recent interview with dating coach, David Wygant, he suggested that men are often the ones who lack confidence and suffer from fear of rejection.
He says that older women have the power to make a connection that turns into a dating opportunity.
Finding an appropriate place to meet a potential partner may not seem as simple as it was when you were younger.
While at 22 you could go to the local bar and meet someone, at 62 the same social scene may not have any appeal.