There was a time when online dating was something to be embarrassed by, but nowadays a third of relationships start online.
That may be in the form of children, which can be the most rewarding thing to come out of any relationship, or emotional damage, which can be inevitable.Dating websites are by no means a new concept, but there have been many advances.Websites are now more specialised you can date people over 50 only, or find music lovers, book lovers, or go even more niche and find people with similar kinks (eep! Paula Hall, a relationship counsellor at Relate says this of online dating: "Couples are more likely to be on a level playing field and share the same agenda."Making friends is more a function of circumstances rather than age, per se.
No one is more attractive to others than someone who is engaged in life.Remember in school how easy it was to make friends?University years, early working years, friendship circles were endless, and it seemed like every outing brought about a new acquaintance. The day-to-day grind gets in the way, most of us settle down and get into relationships which unfortunately means friendships are put on the backburner.As just discussed, a lot of those old issues from dating many moons ago reoccur. It'll either go really well, or you'll get a great story out of it.