Dating when you are forty

Imagine, you could find long-lasting love the next time you're heading into work on the morning train, in line at the market, or even waiting at the doctor's office!

Whether they're still young or all grown up, being a single parent is much more common when you're dating in your 40s.

And, yes, you may think I’m going on a rant because I’m past my sell-by date and bitter at being over forty and not being in a stable relationship.

But I will tell you this: There is nothing wrong with being single if you haven’t met anyone decent.

In over 40 dating, without doubt, you make your own luck!

And, of course, there are many great advantages to using Elite Singles too!

On top of that, our customer care team manually verify each and every new profile on our site, and thus we know that 100% of our members are genuinely looking for love.

There are a lot of decent men and women out there who, like me, are looking for people who are attractive, cultured, fun and not self-absorbed. You can blame fate and destiny for the fact you’ve never bumped into them, you can blame your mother or father for ruining your childhood and turning you into someone who always strives for bigger and better, but the truth is very simple: without the right dating scene, you will never meet the right people.

Dating at forty is already difficult enough as it is, but the system is a vicious cycle that creates more singletons who are desperate; not because they’re fed up of being single, but because they can’t find anyone worth not being single for.

Roses are red, violets are blue and where the hell have all the good men gone? I absolutely cannot take another night of getting dressed up and putting make-up on only to find out what I’ve known for years: the dating scene in this country is almost in-existent. Over the past eighteen years, I have ventured far and wide to find a decent place to meet people and decent people to meet at decent places. Enough with the dumbing down to get someone: after all, when you play dumb, you’re only going to attract dumber.

At forty plus, divorced and separated, I never expected to find a line of eligible men waiting outside my front door to date me, but this has become ridiculous!

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