Reply
Highlighted
Periodic Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

947 Views
Message 11 of 41

Raymond

I am a real man interested in women 

 

Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Periodic Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

889 Views
Message 12 of 41

Hi Susan

Still looking.i am 65.active person.can we talk.

Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

890 Views
Message 13 of 41

I am seeking a woman with good heart . No drama , i am 61 , 55 above is welcome . We can talk about many things ,be friends for as long as things get to work better , no need to rush . Respect each others opinion . Please write me , i will be glad to talk to you soon .

 

 

Raymond 

Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

891 Views
Message 14 of 41

I will like to talk to you sometimes . Nice conversation . Please write me whenever you get this . 

 

Thanks

Raymond

Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Periodic Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

1,514 Views
Message 15 of 41

I truly welcome these conversations.. Dating, I have found, has become more difficult.. I've always been considered 10 years younger than my age.. so fortunately get attention from men, I prefer older adults who are enjoying the Journey.. looking forward.. ready willing and able to make NEW memories!!..I'm in my 70s..and am realistic about the challenges we all face..reality of aging comes with a life well lived.. wisdom, boundaries..   I have met men that are in my age bracket.. I met them all at a local rec. center where we each work out.. (good sign).... Each one has recently lost their wives due to illness..each one is to be commended for providing such loving care..so I acknowledge that during our first few conversations.. (never wanting to disregard the care and love they each have for her).... My difficulty ,in trying to get to know them better.. is that they expect me to be just like her..even tho they are first attracted to a lively, attentive, attractive woman..who is well groomed, still working, loves to dance... they yet want to keep me mentally dependant on them as their wife was..they seem to think that we are so deperate that a flirt should be enough.to pull us into their "bubble" of comfort.   . if I could tell any of them: PLEASE practice some new thinking..find out what modern women find attractive.. dont expect us to be your wife..dont be so connected to "the old days"..that you still feel guilty for being with a new woman.. you cant have it both ways..stay in your familiar comfort zone..dont come out and only expect me to change and  dont seem to think you have to..  I'm still a believer..and plan to keep enjoying life with great expectation that I am worthy of a loving, sharing relationship with a handsome man who dresses well, smells terrific and is happy to meet and spend time with me!!  I'm a great catch!! 

Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

1,422 Views
Message 16 of 41
Hi Susan im 60 and looking for older woman who are healthy and energetic for a casual relationship and sex. Where does a guy find woman who want the same.Im in south jersey.
Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

1,410 Views
Message 17 of 41

Hello Susan. Im more than familiar with your situation. Im 60 and as sexually charged as i was 30 yrs ago.I am attracted to older woman who are healthy and energetic. Im constantly reading about so many woman 60 and 70 looking for friends with sex included. Which is fine for me. I too am in NJ ..the problem for me and maybe others is where woukd we go to find these sexually active woman to meet?

Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Periodic Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

2,086 Views
Message 18 of 41

Hello Dr. Johnson......Have you found someone to go for a walk with, have dinner, share stories, have intellegent conversations, dream and travel together?

I'm a young 68,  I go to the gym 5 days a week only to stay healthy.  I am a widow and I am financially independent.  My two sons are both established with no children.  I am also in New Jersey and if you are free please reply.

 

 

 

 

 

Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Regular Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

2,574 Views
Message 19 of 41

Dear Dr. Johnson:

 

Thank you for your reply.  I can sense your lonliness but I must tell you that I was hoping to find someone closer to my age.  You sound like a very nice person and I truly hope that you find someone in your quest to overcome your lonliness.

 

I am attaching below something I just read and hope you enjoy it.

 

Age is the elegy of elegies.  It has greater impact than death in many ways.  In death you are remembered.  In age, you are far more likely to feel forgotten, sequestered even from the very act of living.

 

There is a loneliness that seeps in as we age.  It is the loneliness that distances ourselves from where we’ve come from and to where we’re going.  We begin to be less and less here and more and more…where?  It is the preoccupation with the where-ness that begins to take over.

 

On the one hand, we’re lonely, even in a crowd; because there are so few, if any, we can talk to about this new moment in our lives. And on the other hand, it does not feel real, even to us.  Age, we know, is nothing but a number.  Except that is isn’t. Things begin to happen to us that make the number real. We begin to be aware that life is slipping between our fingers, like the oil of fine olives, smoothly and steadily, smoothly and regularly, smoothly but inevitably.

 

That’s when we get lonely, not because we are being isolated or ignored, but precisely because we are now in the fullness of life.  Our own.  We are not living the life of the masses anymore.  And our life, we have come to understand, is very different from theirs.

 

We miss the sense of importance that comes with the bustle of middle age.  At least we miss it until we become conscious of the new importance that comes with simply being who we are, rather than simply what we did.  Until that time arrives, there is the feeling that we are all talking to one another under water:  we do not know what they are talking about anymore.  And that is very frightening.  And the people around us, the people we’ve known for a long time, do not understand us either.

 

We miss the intellectual stimulation, sense of achievement, of being needed, that came with the daily problems. We miss having a place to fill.

 

Then we discover that if we’re lonely, it may be because we have not looked around to see who needs us.  A person who is needed – really needed, is never lonely, never isolated, never without purpose in life.  All we need to do is to go out and do something.  The world is waiting for us with open arms.

 

A burden of these years is that we will hole up somewhere and mourn our age, our change in life, our losses.

 

A blessing of these years is that we will make ourselves available to the world that is waiting for us, even now, even here.

 

Good luck to you in your quest!

Report Inappropriate Content
Highlighted
Periodic Contributor

Re: Ladies 70 and older - share your tips for dating sites

2,716 Views
Message 20 of 41

Hi

I am  a man in early 60s,live in North Jersey,retired veterinarian,no children,looking for fun ,

If this ok drop me a line so we can talk.email me [private email address removed - please use the private messaging function]

Report Inappropriate Content
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Users
Top Authors