Lonely grandma dating
My two children live overseas and have health and personal problems of their own.
Although I have grown grandchildren in this country, they live a long way away.
The house is now on the market and I can't wait to buy a smaller, more practical one.
I know that I have changed lately and become withdrawn.
And it speaks to the fact that too many women in their 50s and beyond have given up on ever meeting Mr.
Practically Perfect — even though they may hear a small inner voice whispering, "Will I always have to eat alone and go to bed with a book?
But when it comes to dating, sometimes I wonder if there are things we could learn from our grandparents' (and great-grandparents') generation.We do not own, produce or host any videos displayed on this website.All videos are hosted by 3rd party websites and therefore we have no control over the content of these websites.While there's no doubt “the rules” of unavailability are antiquated, in our world of constant connectivity, is it possible we really are too available?Is having no rules (“Hey, want to go on a date in five minutes? Could our budding relationships benefit from a little unresponsiveness?