Online dating sites baby boomers
) And then you have to answer six questions for each.(I might have been more inclined to do this if I had not bought the Kindle edition!For general relationship guidance along with a lot of information about online dating, this book is a good choice for Baby Boomer women.Gordon Scott Edwards, author of Internet Safari, Finding Love Online At 65This is a great book and I highly recommend it if you are in your mid-40s or beyond and looking to find the man of your dreams. It's a great primer to online dating, helping you find your way through dating internet sites, preparing a profile and the steps between getting a "wink" and getting married.Filled with real life success stories, checklists, worksheets, and fun facts to get you motivated and courting the smart way, The Boomers' Guide to Online Dating is the reassuring resource you need―your handbook to finding the perfect man.
Culbreth's endearing style offers true laughs on the way to securing true love." ―Pamela Redmond Satran, author of The Man I Should Have Married Maybe you've heard wonderful success stories about online dating but are a little intimidated to try it.Her guidance for developing a profile, carrying on e-mail correspondence, and safety tips are very good.She even has a chapter on "chemistry and sex" which is geared to the needs of peri-menopausal women.I am not sure where the author got such statistics as "60 percent of men versus 40 percent of women sign up for online dating." Other online dating books don't support this claim at all.However, I admit that some of her advice was practical and helpful.
She discovered that older single men significantly outnumber women on online dating sites, and, more important, they're eager to make a match with someone who shares their interests (and generation).