Baby boomer people meet dating site
Experts - and Boomers who are online and dating - are quick with opinions.
"I met my sweetheart online," said Gretchen Asher, a 56-year-old Portland, Ore.
Jean Mc Quillin, a case management nurse, had just moved into a rental apartment from the home she had shared with her then-husband.
Karen Bush's job as a corporate consultant required her to travel often, which meant making arrangements for her cat and fish — and returning to an empty house. Increasingly, female boomers and older women — both bosom buddies and strangers — are moving in together as a way to save money and form a community.
The time was right for the three 50-something women to pool their resources and buy a house togehter.
Louise Machinist, a clinical psychologist, was ready to move out of her house now that her children were grown.
"A gal-pal encouraged me to also join POF, just in case.
Just look at how many people seeking dates or mates are flocking to matchmaking sites and apps.
Johnson has been by the swimmer's side through some ups and downs in his life, and in their relationship, and now says she couldn't be prouder of her soon-to-be husband.
But she's way more than just a supportive future spouse. This brought so many memories back when I saw it in my feed 👸🏻 such a flood of emotions!!
"We just celebrated our two year anniversary.” They met on a free site called Plenty of Fish and, said Asher, “It’s funny, I had a perception that the free online sites served a lower quality single and I was just on Match.com," she said.
Know that no one believes that online dating is a sure fix for lonely Saturday nights.