Middle-Age
Relationships
Archive
2007

Tom Blake is an expert on dating after 50. He has appeared twice on the "Today Show" and has written more than 500 columns on dating and relationships. His "Single Again" column appears in The Orange County Register in southern California, is read worldwide and is often featured on msn.com. He is a professional speaker. He spoke at the national AARP convention in San Diego in 2002, and Chicago in 2006. His book, Middle Aged and Dating Again, is a humorous account of his first year of dating after his third divorce. His new book, Finding Love After 50: How to begin, where to go, what to do, is hot off the press. To ask a question or receive Tom's free weekly column on middle-age dating and relationships by e-mail, click on www.findingloveafter50.com See Archives 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, and 2003.

And you thought you have it bad
Boston AARP Report
Breakup Warning Signals
Avoid Snap Judgments
Change the bed, not just the sheets
Conversation Opening Lines
Cowardly Breakups
Dating a Widower
Dating the age gap
Degree of Dishonesty
Desperate: The bizarre world of Internet dating
Don't Settle
Eight men air their views
Fear of leaving a bad relationship
Finding love in retirement communities
Inside a widower's mind
Internet Dating Honesty
Internet Dating Tips
Internet dating's false sense of security
Is lying about age important?
Judy Wants to Remarry
Licking His Wounds
Long Distance Romance
Love in rural areas
A man rants
Married Six Times
Married Six Times - Replys
Men personal ads come under microscope
Midwestern woman rants
Moving in together
New Year's Eve
Photo from Hana
Reader Sounds Off
Relocating to be with a man Part II
Response to single woman seeks companion
Romance in Europe
Seeking Mr. Successful
7 women speak on being single
Single woman seeks companion
Telephone or email breakups
The rest of the Paul McCartney Story
Three dating issues for discussion
To be 25, rich, and a lawyer
Two Left Feet
Visiting Too Many Bars
We have a chat room
When enough is enough
Where are the men?
Where is Mr. Wonderful?
Widow Beware
Widower misses a vowel



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