Is it really realistic to believe that we will find a 65-year old man that dresses well, is financially independent and who loves spending time at the gym?
If we really want these things, maybe it’s time for us to take a page from their book and turn the dial on our dating profile back a decade.
She said: “They took to him very well and I realise he was closer in age to my eldest than me but it didn’t matter.” Deborah, then 39, didn’t think she was able to have any more children, so was stunned to discover she pregnant with Daniel’s baby. “Daniel was supportive throughout the pregnancy and excited about the baby,” she said.
“Daniel and I didn’t see age, we just saw two people who loved each other.” Deborah gave birth to daughter Amelia by C-section and was supported at the birth by proud Daniel.
A 42-YEAR-old woman who fell pregnant just two months into dating her toyboy lover has told of the torment she experienced after their split.
Deborah Hodge, from south London, met Daniel, who was then 24, at a poetry reading night and was instantly smitten.
“Daniel had stepped up to take care of my other kids.
But, for those of us who are trying mature dating, maybe it’s worth taking a chance with a younger audience.
Sure, we might need to put in a little extra work at the gym to build up our bodies (and our self-confidence).
Beyond physical characteristics, there is another reason that women in their 60s might want to consider looking for a younger man.
The unfortunate truth is that, the older we get, the greater the difference becomes between the number of single men and women in our age group.