Sessions consist of advice about online security, health and general relationship guidelines
Terry Green, 75, had been hitched for 38 years, and has had a few relationships since her breakup, but absolutely absolutely absolutely nothing has stuck when it comes to haul that is long.
The Kamloops resident, like other seniors, has dipped her feet to the realm of online dating sites, but has discovered that it is not simple.
“You meet with the odd good one and they are actually good, and after that you have the scammers or perhaps the married guys that are so much more thinking about just speaking since they’re lonely and it’s really difficult as of this age,” she stated.
“that you don’t like to get into a temporary relationship. The companionship is wanted by you up to whatever else.”
Green is not alone in her own experience, stated Catherine Schmidt, co-ordinator of adult services during the Thompson-Nicola Regional Library within the southern Interior town.
That is why Schmidt chose to introduce a course called Dating over 50, which begins night, to try and help people who are looking for relationships or maybe just companionship tuesday.
“Individuals are asking the library staff for assistance setting up profiles that are online dating” she told Daybreak Kamloops host Shelley Joyce. Read more