Everyone’s Searching for Something

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I’m curious about you dear readers. Aside from the comments on specific posts, the only information I get about you is the search terms you use to get to this blog. Don’t worry about privacy – I can’t tell who Googled what. I consider these search terms a window into your lives as they connect to the issues of dating, sex, and life in your 60s.

So, let’s kick back on this holiday weekend and have a splurge of white truffle egg salad while peeking at your quest for knowledge and help.

It is no surprise that the most common search is for information on dating in your 60s. I hear your frustration when you ask “Why is it so difficult to have a new relationship in your 60s?” I wish I had a simple answer to that question. I think we’re all dealing with an imbalance of supply and demand, the particular demographics of where we live, and the difficulties of online partner assessment. Just to name a few issues.

Sex is also of interest. Specific sex-related topics, with my comments, include:

*Rude sex (It happens.)

*Office interracial lunch sex (The sandwich alternative.)

*Is it normal to not be interested in sex in your 60s? (There are lots of reasons for this.)

*Rude sex profile pictures (An almost daily occurrence.)

*Amore sexual networking site (I have no idea who is using my name to run a business.)

*Talking about sex (It’s a problem if you can’t talk about sex with your partner. I hope this person read: http://bit.ly/1Iz2EWp)

*Dating, sex, and friendship (Not sure of the intent here, but don’t sleep with your friend’s significant other.)

*Do single widow 60s (sic) like oral sex? (Women are free to like or not like anything.)

Readers also search for information on intimacy and falling in love:

*36 dating questions

*The 4-minute intimacy experiment

*I have been dating a guy for 7 months and the sex is great. I see him 1 time a week per my request and he is so passionate when we have sex. So why am I afraid of falling more deeply for him?

(I don’t think my blog can assist but you might want to address this issue with a therapist who can help you work through these feelings.)

*Love in one’s 60s

*Falling in love in your 60s (My personal goal.)

Many search for dating tips:

*Fantastic dating profile

*What can I write for my online dating profile? I’m a 60-year-old woman.

*How to end a relationship in your 60s (This is tough at any age.)

*Breaking up in your 60s

*Flirt dating (My pet peeve: flirting that doesn’t lead to dating.)

*What is a dating dry spell? (I wish I didn’t know what this is.)

And then we have the offbeat and off-color:

*Dating site for denture wearers (I guess this might be helpful.)

*Hot male with big d_ _ _ with 300 photos (NSFW and not available on this blog.)

*Let’s just ­­­f­­_ _ _ on your lunch break (You may need that sexual networking site that someone else searched for.)

*Beef niche girls’ sex (This blog does not eat meat.)

Beef niche aside, I hope I helped most of you find what you needed. In fact, this blog addressed almost all of the topics mentioned above at some point.

So, keep on searching for information about dating, love, and sex. Let me know if you find what you are looking for here — and in life.

Until next week, happy dating or not dating.

XXXOOO

Nadia

 

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