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In this respect, David reinforced what psychologist Duana Welch said older men really want – to feel honored and desired.Here are a few specific pieces of dating over 50 advice that I took from my conversation with David.
And according to the Office for National Statistics, the number of single people (happily so, or otherwise) is on the rise - up three million in a decade - with increasing numbers choosing to divorce, or never marrying in the first place.
Of course, past research has also shown that good relationships bring stability, happiness and better health.
Not to mention a significant other to help with zips and applying suncream.
Loving relationships are tricky at any age, but, according to dating coach David Wygant, its men over 50 who really shoot themselves in the foot!
After years in the dating game, older men somehow forget how to approach women.
So, like kids at a school dance, we sit on opposite sides of the room, blaming each other for being shy.
At the same time, with decades of experience, we all understand that life is short and we have a strong desire for intimacy, love and companionship. David has a very straightforward solution to this dilemma.This is, in fact, very similar to advice given by Lisa Copeland, a woman dating coach.David was adamant that women over 50 should feel good about themselves, make an effort to dress nicely and be comfortable with who they are.In fact, I would go as far as to say that our conversation changed my view of dating after 50 (and life after 50 in general).David is an honest (ok, perhaps brutally honest) and dynamic 51-year-old dating coach.He highlights the need to see opportunities everywhere – at the coffee shop, library, bank, bus stop.