Dating While Gray

Millions of older people are dating — for some, it’s because they’re recently divorced after having been married for a long time. In fact, the divorce rate among older Americans has exploded since the s. It even has its own nickname: gray divorce. And it’s happening all over the world, including South Africa, Japan, Australia and England, where it’s called silver splitting. Laura Stassi is a writer who was married for almost 30 years before her divorce. Newly single, she turned to friends and relationship experts for advice on navigating the dating scene. On Dating While Gray, Laura shares the lessons she’s learned and speaks with others who are searching, finding and choosing love later in life. Everything’s on the table, including sex, money and family. Then Laura gets relationship advice from Leora Hoffman, an attorney-turned- matchmaker who built her business while finding a partner for herself.

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But women’s desirability starts high at age 18 and falls throughout their lifespan. So what’s it like to get out there as an older person? Laura Stassi is trying to find out. She became newly single after her nearly year marriage ended and she’s been working with the WAMU Pod Shop , a podcast incubator at our home station. She’s been creating a podcast that tells “the true stories of people age 50 and older who are seeking that special someone.

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Photographer Jeremy Cohen recently went viral for asking his neighbor out via drone after seeing her dancing on a New York City rooftop. Here’s how they went on a socially-distanced date. Coronavirus has put a pause on many of the things we’re used to doing, but it hasn’t stopped people from pursuing love. Thousands of people are stuck at home looking for companionship on online dating apps.

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From WAMU. Listen on Apple Podcasts. Laura talks with writer Sophy Burnham, who offers romance insights based on her decades of personal experience. Then Laura gets relationship advice from Leora Hoffman, an attorney-turned- matchmaker who built her business while finding a partner for herself. Listeners phone in with their own advice about love before Laura speaks with marriage and family therapist Katherine Woodward Thomas.

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