Senior Dating: Who Pays For The Date?

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One of the hottest issues in senior dating is who pays for the date. The author dissects this sensitive topic with humor and input from his newspaper column readers by presenting the woman's and man's point of views. Then, at the end, he provides the middle ground where both men and women can agree on who is going to dig into their wallet on the first few dates to pay. Ouch! Will seniors agree?
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About Tom Blake

Tom Blake is an author and syndicated column in Southern California. He has written more than 4,379 columns and email newsletters on finding love after 50. Tom's website, www.findingloveafter50.com, has articles and videos.

Tom is a columnist for the Dana Point Times, San Clemente Times, and The Capistrano Dispatch in Orange County, California.

He is the author of five printed books and several ebooks (on Smashwords.com and Amazon.com)

John Gray, PhD, author of "Men Are From Mars. Women Are From Venus," says Tom is an expert on dating after 50.

Tom has appeared on the Today Show and Good Morning America.

Each Friday, he emails the complimentary "On Life and Love After 50" Newsletter to several thousand subscribers across the USA, Canada, and other foreign countries. Sign up at www.findingloveafter50.com, or email Tom at tompblake@gmail.com

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Reviews of Senior Dating: Who Pays For The Date? by Tom Blake

Sharon Harris reviewed on April 4, 2021

I'm new to senior dating, and I found this little book very informative. I did not realize that 'who pays for a date' as seniors was a thing, but I am very glad to know about it. I appreciate that seniors, especially those who sign up for a senior dating site, should split the expenses. As the article states, it could be "going dutch" or every other time. I think expecting the man to pay for everything is is "old fashioned" and not right for the relationship. I appreciated the scenarios that the author described.
Shari Harris
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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