This episode gives a broad view of what dating for older people might be like and how to begin this journey in a manner that is likely to meet with success.
The episode explores how much we understand ourselves and how much we know what we are looking for.
The person who would like to start dating again should take an inventory of what activities he enjoys.
It is important to be making an effort to be active in them.
The First Step Before Dating “The first thing to do is to find out who you are,” says Hadland-Turner, who also provides counseling to individuals and couples.
Hadland-Turner, herself, got married in her mid-fifties for the first time in a marriage that has lasted many years.
Guest Stacy Driscoll opens us to a world of possibilities in addressing challenges with hearing, vision, memory, mobility, and medication-compliance.
“That one decision will save you months if not years of heartache.” Protect Your Finances Seniors should also be careful to protect their finances when entering into relationships.
A person’s feelings should not compromise financial security.
However, a few years later after their dogs died, he decided the quieter life wasn’t for him, so he joined an online dating site.
He told the show’s host he’s now looking for a well-travelled, intelligent lady between the age of 65 and 75.