The phrase "age is just a number" is a rallying cry to accomplish any task or goal no matter how old you are, but does it also apply to dating?
Whether online or in person, perhaps you're starting to question whether you're too old to date. That questioning attitude surprisingly starts for some as young as their mid-30s through those young at heart seniors pushing 80.
Virginia Clark, author of "It's Never too Late to Marry: How to Have the Man and Marriage of your Dreams" dispels the notion that your age should have any bearing on dating or finding a match made in heaven.
The more you read her book, the easier it is to believe that love isn't about how old you are but rather your desire to delve into a relationship to ensure happiness and not worrying about what outsiders may perceive as desperation for simple companionship.
The one obstacle for the older, less technologically savvy crowd is cracking the code behind online dating, should that be a vehicle you'd like to pursue. The 50-plus demographic might not be packing a smart phone, tablet or even have much experience navigating through the internet.
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