When older singles date, who pays?
©2009 by Tom Blake — author, columnist, realist (at least on this topic)
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About the author
Tom Blake has written more than 1,800 newspaper columns on the topic of finding love after 50 for a syndicate of newspapers in Southern California. John Gray, PhD, the author of “Men Are From Mars. Women Are From Venus,” says Tom Blake is an expert on dating after 50. Tom has appeared on the Today show (Matt Laurer) and Good Morning America (Diane Sawyer). He is the author of four books and a multitude of e-books.
In the old days, when singles dated, the man always paid for the date. But, that was 30-to-50 years ago. Isn’t that the way it still is? No, it is not, and men and women differ greatly on the answer to that question.