I see the point, but also want to mention that there are degrees of everything.You never know who will stay healthy, get ill or need funds.
If you are feeling down about what life has to offer, don't expect a partner to fill that void. I wish I had a dollar for every man and woman who called me to say, "I look 15 years younger than I am, and only want to date people 15 years younger." Really?
You need to feel good about your own life before you get to share in someone else's. While I understand what attracts you to youth, I have to ask these callers: "What will they see in ?
Most singles over 50 are a vibrant, active group who still want to do and see so much.
Perk up and leave the house more often if you tend to be a home body.
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?
More than 75 percent of the Our membership participated in the survey and considered the following "deal breakers" when considering whether or not to date someone:1. Successful women of a certain age have told me how they don't want to be a "nurse with a purse." Dating over 50 is frustrating sometimes because it seems like many mature women meet older men who are ailing physically, financially or perhaps both.
Many singles have worked hard to build their nest eggs and don't want a partner without means to drain their bank accounts with health or monetary needs.
Patti Stanger, the Bravo TV Millionaire Matchmaker, claims men are more visual; either they feel attracted or they don't.