Baby boomer dating blog
In the afterglow of Valentines Day, Erin has shared her advice with us; she calls it, “Last Man Standing: A Baby Boomer’s Dating Advice to a Generation X-er.” A friend of mine has found herself recently relocated, and recently single.Although I haven’t been in the dating pool for years, I was flattered when my friend solicited my advice. Fast forward to the 21st century, and although human’s treatment of other species has greatly improved from even a century ago – Boomers are the first generation to have household pets as the norm – in some ways the practice of distancing ourselves from them continues: In turn, this has allowed us to feel comfortable eating them, selling them, and in too many cases, abusing them. Think capturing them in the wild for the circus, or whipping a slow, underfed horse to death, from which comes the adage “beating a dead horse” to indicate a futile activity.Look for that special someone at your workplace, family or friends, you never know what might happen.One thing we baby boomers have that younger generations don’t is experience … That’s what happened to boomer Erin O’Brien of Redondo Beach, California, when a Gen-X friend was having problems with her dating life.
Rather than going out of your way to interact with people online try finding someone in your own group to start spending time with.Most men have been socially indoctrinated at an early age.Do grown men still believe that true success comes from scoring with a Playboy bunny or a model who may be advertising the car or the speedboat he wants? Yet movies and television are filled with scenarios in which men repeatedly make bad and sometimes dangerous decisions because they’ve fallen under the spell of a sexy and nubile young woman. You have to figure..the world’s fattest twins can find love, there is hope for all of us.The baby boomers dating scene today is a lot different than it used to be but that doesn’t mean baby boomer people can’t find someone they can share their time with.Studies indicate that over 40 million people in the United States have entered into online dating from 2009 - 2011, among them the amount of baby boomers over 50 registering on the baby boomers dating sites had a huge rise of over 4 hundreds percent over the two years prior.