I have placed my profile on this site to try and meet someone that is compatible with me in my area that maybe I can began a with and see where it goes. The problem is there is a hacker of kind that is pretending to be someone he is not with pictures and profiles that tries to befriend you but it is something in the dialogue that lets you know that it is not quite right. So far I have been able to depict him within the first conservation or so but it has gotten frustrating. His responses are dead give aways. Somehow he lets me know that it is him or a friend. One thing that I have discovered is the are not from the United States. One of the conversations got to the sob story about hard times and I immediately knew that the money question was coming next but I stopped him dead in his tracks before he could board that ship. I have emailed howaboutwe.com because I am very disappointed with the paid membership but have not received a response to date. Can you folks tell me your opinion and experiences with Online dating? Please give me suggestions on how to proceed. I am 56 ( or will be next Friday) but I am ready for a relationship now that all the children are grown and on their own. I am a 2 time divorcee so i don't have patience for nonsense and playing games.
Nice to meet you. I'm littie please write me through my email,address [Email removed for security reasons] From there I'll tell you about mine,I have very important thing to share with you and also send my number too. Thanks
It seems no one really wants an AARP Dating Site because it is far easier to complain about dating than actual date. Dating is not sex or marriage. It is not about finding the right person and crossing off who we believe is not compatible. Instead we engage in senseless banter about our own personal concerns or generalized criticism of the opposite sex.
AARP dating could work if its goal was to bring people together beyond disjointed postings and unconnected topics. Dating requires getting to know someone and joining together with them to do something productive.
I totally agree, i will be 51 this year and recently single, just looking to date and chit chat but its hard because I'm not interested in your past our to discuss mine lol...i rather talk about what Coffee you like instead
I'm up this morning and seen your post and sounded interesting. I am 56 and been divorced since 2009. I been on my own since 2008. I am looking for someone that can communicate and we can bounce off information back and forth that we are compatible with.
Hi, this is pattycakes67 and wasn't sure if your message was for me or another person on this site....l find it a bit difficult trying to navigate here and usually can't respond to messages without messaging every one else. If not mgs for me....please accept apology and do have a pleasant day!
Want to let you know if you are responding to a particular person's posts When you post put @ [just as I did you above] it'll bring up list of persons posted just pick them out of list that way we will know who you are posting/replying to
AARP doesn't have a dating app or service which is what this post is about but you certainly can meet others here and send private messages to others if you desire; which use if you want to give out personal information if you post your email or other info They'll remove it so its best to use the message system
Any questions Just post and folks will help you
Again Welcome & Good luck
Have a beautiful day !
Ginger : )
🙂 Smile & the world Smiles with you 😉 Pass one on....its free
You're welcome Ginger. Being a single senior citizen is not easy and definitely not for wussies but I believe that we're a tough breed though. While becoming single again, at this point in my life, was devastating, it most certainly wasn't the worst thing that could have ever happened to me. I don't say that to trivilize or disrespect anyone else's devastation of becoming single and alone at this age, I just want to express that we can survive and we can move on to still live fulfilling lives. It's just that our lives will be different; we develop a new normal, of sorts.
Anyway, I wish you well and I hope you find what you're looking for, whatever that may be. Have a wonderful weekend.