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Finding Love after 50!

Updated on August 14, 2013

Famous Age Quotes

1. "There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age."

Sophia Loren. An Italian actress.

2. "Every age can be enchanting, provided you live within it."

Brigitte Bardot. A French former actress, singer and fashion model, now an animal rights activist.

3. "I'm at peace with myself and where I am. In the past, I was always looking to see how everybody else was doing. I wasn't competitive, I was comparative. I just wanted to be where everybody else was. Now I've gotten to an age when I am not comparing anymore."

Courteney Cox. An American actress, producer, and director.

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Love absolutely isn't dead after 50!

There is a bit of stigma that dating over 50 is a nonsense. For those of you who share this opinion, I want to announce, you are so wrong. There are certain things about dating that are timeless, such things like the butterflies you feel when fall in love or unforgettable sweet moments of the first kiss or the awkwardness of the first I love you's. And there is also a great difference between finding a date when you are 20, and finding a date when you are 50, goals have shifted, priorities have changed. But love and dating over 50 DOES exist and it can be as passionate and exciting as in your 20s. Don't give up this idea too soon, because it can and will be the best journey of your midlife, try your luck at Maturedating.com, dating site for senior singles.

Many 50 plus senior are often complaining about being single, and they have no idea where to meet other over 50 singles for friendship and relationship, but staying at home and complaining won't help, doing something about it, is the only way to change the situation. Santa is not going to bring the perfect match to your door. You’re going to have to take action and put some efforts to find that person!

Love, commitment and passion absolutely isn't dead after 50 and more over opens new horizons and experience. There is someone out there who's waiting for you, but if you want to find your significant one, you have to go after it. Check out dating for mature singles, browse though profiles, make friends using online dating services.

For those of you who are over 50 and rejoining dating scene in search of mature love and commitment, here is a handy advice: Don't doubt! Act! Go for it! Don't make your 50 plus match wait another decade, find him or her, find someone to love and who'll love you in return.

Believe it and start smiling and meeting senior singles anywhere, look around maybe you already know this person but have not noticed before.

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Celebrities Who Remarried After 50

Michael Douglas

56 years old Michael Douglas met his love an actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Bruce Willis

In 2000 at the age of 54 Bruce Willis married Emma Heming, his current wife.

Joan Lunden

Joan Lunden met her husband Jeff Konigsberg at the age of 50, the couple got married in 2000. They are now parents to two sets of twins.

Paul McCartney

69-year-old Sir Paul McCartney married American heiress Nancy Shevell at a ceremony in London.

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 4 years ago from The Caribbean

      Even after 60, love isn't dead. I know. Thanks for the encouragement!

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      Amanda Jones 4 years ago

      That's right! I appreciate your comment. Take care.

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      LongTimeMother 3 years ago from Australia

      Great to see you encouraging over-50s not to give up on love. I am fortunate to have met and married my soul mate decades ago ... but love, commitment and passion are still alive and well in our relationship.

      Voted up. :)

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      Amanda Jones 3 years ago

      Oh this is so wonderful, you are very lucky. Thanks for reading my hub. Maybe you can share your secret of keeping love and passion alive?

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      Graham Lee 3 years ago from Lancashire. England.

      Hi Amanda. A really good hub. You are right love does not die let's just say it mellows. A handsome man is still a handsome man and a beautiful woman is a beautiful woman, no matter their age. Well done.

      Graham.

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      Amanda Jones 3 years ago

      Hi Graham, thanks for your comment, sure you are right. Thanks for reading my hubs.

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      sharmapk752 3 years ago

      Love is life. Love never die.

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      Tirralan Watkins 3 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      Wow, what a nice hub. I'll have to pass this along to my fifty-something friend who has yet to meet her soulmate. This was such a pleasure to read!

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      Amanda Jones 3 years ago

      You are absolutely right Sharmapk752 !!

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      Amanda Jones 3 years ago

      Thank you Careermommy, sure pass this to your friend maybe she'll inspire by reading my hub, and will meet her significant other, good luck!

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      Susan Bailey 3 years ago from South Yorkshire, UK

      I can always find lots of reasons not to date again but the real reason I think is fear. Things have happened to most of us in our lives by 50+ and some people cannot face revealing all that dirty washing to someone else and starting all over again.

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      Amanda Jones 3 years ago

      Hi Sue, I think you are not alone with the fear of dating. Too bad that it stops you from meeting someone special in your life, there are a lot of players at all ages, however we only live once and should enjoy every moment.

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      Susan Bailey 3 years ago from South Yorkshire, UK

      I agree wholeheartedly Amanda. It is a confidence thing I think. The fear of rejection; due to unavoidable body changes because of essential major surgery that went wrong. Everyone says I'm still me inside but I don't feel like me. A lot of men are visual beings and I am too afraid to put myself in a situation where I would have to become intimate and risk rejection.

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      Amanda Jones 3 years ago

      I see. I'm sorry you've been through all the surgeries, but your friends are right, you are the same insight, and I think if you love someone, you love everything about this person.

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