Dating for the elderly
"We are not aiming for great changes in the second half of life, but looking for fulfillment in who we are now," says Sharon Romm, a Seattle-based psychiatrist and author of "Dating After 50: Negotiating the Minefields of Midlife Romance." "Not everyone wants another marriage.
“There’s one over there,” she said, and pointed to a man in a plaid shirt and cargo shorts who was sitting alone.
“I’ll go see if he can join us.”Stitch is based in San Francisco, with a software-development team in Sydney, Dowling explained. I mean, every single night.”Rogo began the product demonstration: how to set up a profile on Stitch, post a photo, tag your interests, and have your identity verified. And they get accosted by Ukrainian prostitutes and people looking for green cards.” The women nodded.
Paula Paulette is going to be 80 in April — and she’s online dating.
And she’s not just looking for someone to eat ice cream and play bingo with.
In April, Stitch.net, a Tinder-like dating app for the over-50 set, launched, and it’s set to debut a local New York section next month.