PRESS RELEASE - Sep 25 - According to U.S. Census Bureau News, there are 15.8M single Americans who are 65+. These older Americans account for 16% of all unmarried and single people age 18 and older. Many of these seniors have found themselves single again after a divorce or the death of a significant other. Relationship expert Paul A. Falzone, CEO of The Right One and Together Dating, encourages single seniors to take advantage of technology and observe new dating etiquette.
New Dating Etiquette
- Meet in a public place by your own transportation.
- Men and women now split the bill.
- Don't air your "dirty laundry".
- Guard your personal information and your assets. Know that there are many people who are quick to take advantage of the loneliness of seniors. Be aware that not everyone you meet may be a person of substance, ethically and morally.
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