What Questions Do You Have About Dating?

Curious about online dating, common interest groups or social connections?

At Next Avenue, we’ve heard from many single readers who would like to see themselves better represented in our stories. The fact is, not everyone is married or with a partner. There are people over 50 who are happily on their own, while others are curious about what it means to date at this stage of life. Whether widowed, divorced or single, many are discovering that the dating scene has undergone several changes during the past few decades.

What is online dating, really? And what are the differences among all the dating websites for people over 50? If you’d rather eschew technology to meet someone, what are the best ways to do that?

These are just a few topics around dating that you might be wondering about. What questions do you have? Ask them in the form below. We’ll talk to dating and relationship experts and let you know what we learned in future stories on Next Avenue.

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By Julie Pfitzinger
Julie Pfitzinger is the editor for Next Avenue’s lifestyle coverage across the Living and Technology channels. Her journalism career has included feature writing for the Star-Tribune, as well as several local parenting and lifestyle publications, all in the Twin Cities area. Julie also served as managing editor for nine local community lifestyle magazines. She joined Next Avenue in October 2017. Reach her by email her at [email protected].

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