Tango senior dating
Of course, as seniors entering the dating scene, there are some age-specific concerns, for example, whether portable oxygen tanks can be put aside to tango or how to hear your date in a crowded restaurant. We at Audicus can’t recommend “The Age of Love” enough.It’s important to see which dating behaviors work later in life and which no longer serve us and how to maneuver some of these issues with hearing loss. In fact, we hosted a sold-out screening of the documentary here in NYC! Social rules that applied decades ago may no longer serve you.When George Surface was widowed at 59, his daughters urged him to get back into the dating pool. Surface is pictured here with dance partner Jeanne Matson. It was time, they said, to take a risk, to get back out in the world and—to date again. It turns out the same is true for people seeking a friend or a potential inamorata in the 21st century where digital dependence reigns supreme.Or, you woke up in the middle of the night and you couldn’t go back to sleep.Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a human survival kit in your possession?
Seeing how lost I was, my two daughters at first encouraged, and then insisted that I needed to return to the land of the living. As a non-practicing Catholic the chance of meeting someone at my place of worship was zero because I have no place of worship. I discovered that in today’s virtual world, you have a better chance of saying “hi” to your neighbor on Facebook than greeting them face-to-face in real life.Joan Moran is a keynote speaker, commanding the stage with her delightful humor, raw energy, and wealth of life experiences.She is an expert on wellness and is passionate about addressing the problems of mental inertia.Inspired by Loring’s documentary, The Age of Love, we at Audicus wanted to offer up a few key tips to seniors looking to re- enter the dating scene: 1. Though we’re less able to rely on our looks, we can always embody an open and adventurous spirit. And remember, make sure your hearing aids are properly fitted – you don’t want to miss any of those “sweet nothings” your new partner might be whispering in your ear.Don’t lead with your health issues – you don’t want to give the impression you’re seeking a caregiver.