In fact, talk to virtually any single woman over 40 in Southwest Florida and you’ll hear a similar story: multiple women for every man, unresponsive online matches, a shallow dating pool, and, of the relatively few dateable men around, poor manners and an understanding they are a hot commodity.“They feel like they don’t really need to put any work in,” says Catherine Clarkson*, a 58-year-old divorcée who’s lived in Naples since 2010.Latest activity in Florida Chat: Commandant in Chief goes to Phoenix., Anyone going to the State fair this yr ?, Golf, CBS and Amanda, 10,000 pennies represents only, outside of myself has anyone tryed my pillow, id like to meet a nice lady., Can a pitcher be credited with a win and a save, What climate change? (But) I’ve been alone for a few years now and it seems harder than ever to meet a man. ” This may come as a shock, but being a single woman looking for love in Southwest Florida poses some challenges. “(Perhaps) my prince is riding his white horse somewhere else?
We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Florida women, handsome Florida men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.In some cases, the experience is multi-generational: mothers and fathers who played baseball, softball, football, soccer or who were in cheerleading grew up to have children of their own who competed in the same associations.Coaches have coached their sons and their sons’ friends — then their grandsons and grandsons’ friends. From using online sites to being fixed up by friends to even hiring a professional matchmaker, Eddy has gone above and beyond to find what she’s looking for—to no avail. Having been widowed more than 10 years ago, Eddy has begun to be proactive in looking for a significant other.