Baby boomer and dating services
Fifteen minutes into their first date, he asked her out again. Looking for a little more motivation to give it a shot, I called the public relations people at How About We.com, which partnered with AARP in December to run a dating service for that organization's members.“Is he the guy I thought I would end up with in a long-term relationship? They put me in touch with 51-year-old Los Angeles-based Dina Mande, who has been online dating for about a year and a half.This site is a scam, it is designed to take your money and keep you interested so that you won't cancel.
I just created a profile and paid for a month subscription but I noticed something really odd so I started to investigate.And when dates didn’t work out, they'd tell hilarious stories about the debacle. Five years ago I got divorced, and the gates to that digital-dating domain — more massive and confusing than ever — finally opened up for me.In those intervening years, online dating became my generation’s preferred way of meeting potential mates, according to a survey commissioned by e “There are two types of daters,” Jill said when I called her.“Those who think a mate will just come to them and people who consider finding one a part-time job.” I was pretty sure I knew which camp I fell into.