down the road to poor health and financial troubles, it's smart to question whether getting involved and taking that on is a wise choice.
There are plenty of other singles to choose from who won't need constant care and attention. There's no denying that a lack of physical attraction means there's no spark, no chemistry and no hope for a relationship.
But just as before, there are challenges to be faced.
For the single senior, finding love the second time around need not be impossible anymore.
Single seniors have bigger chances of meeting other single seniors through dating.
You never know who will stay healthy, get ill or need funds.
The survey revealed three big deal breakers that prevent someone from choosing a particular partner.
I've also heard plenty of others over the last 11 years in my practice. Not physically attractive (75 percent)These concerns aren't too surprising, are they?
As single people get older, they might find that their dating chances are becoming slimmer and slimmer.
But in an age where people finding themselves living single even at the age of fifty, some changes are coming.
For instance, does “loves sports” mean you’re up for cross-country skiing and white-water rafting, or is it a declaration that every weekend is devoted to channel-surfing the pro and college games? Potential dates skimming your profile are more likely to respond to specifics.