There is a growing trend for 50-somethings to find a new partner online as the divorce rate continues to increase in this age group and they find themselves on their own again.
Finding love later on in life may seem to be quite a daunting prospect, but various factors have contributed to the fact that the number of mature singletons ready to meet new partners has increased dramatically.
For whatever reason if you find yourself suddenly single it certainly doesn’t mean you have to give up on love and forming new relationships.
Finding your Valentine this year
More and more people are using the internet as a way of finding new partners. You may find the prospect quite daunting, but it is really no worse, or any less secure than walking into any social event where you are likely to encounter a new set of people you have never met before.
Online dating sites enable people, who have access to a computer, to enter a secure environment and reach out to others in a similar position; they may be feeling lonely, in need of some company, or wanting a bit of romance in their lives.
The internet has made it easier than ever for us to connect with like-minded individuals, with a wide variety of interests and it is little surprise that those looking for new friends and partners find dating sites very helpful.
The most recent Mature Guide is a designed to help with relationships, love and sex is supported by Relate, the relationship people, and written with Barbara Bloomfield, who is a Relate couples’ counsellor with 14 years of experience in the counselling field.
This guide will:
- Help you to find and make new friends
- Invite those who are single to plan a future relationship
- Help those who feel nervous or lacking in self confidence start dating again
To order your guide
You can order your copy for as special offer of £7.95 (normally £9.95) by either sending a cheque payable to Mature Times in February to Mature Times Guides, Unit 6, Railway Wharf, Station Road, Wrington, Bristol BS40 5LL.
If you would prefer to pay by either debit or credit card please call 01934 864410 during normal office hours and we will take your order details.