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He says it’s been hard to move on after the death of his wife of over a half century, who died three years ago.He has taken a few women out to lunch since her death, but he says he wouldn’t call that dating.“I think people forget that when you get older, and especially if you lose a spouse or partner, you’re by yourself a lot,” Kim Phillips, the senior citizens services manager at the Portage Senior Center in Portage, Michigan, told TODAY.
It’s , a film by Steven Loring, and it’s about speed dating in Rochester, New York. It just doesn’t sound like that would be an event you’d naturally call to mind, somebody who’s an octogenarian or a nonagenarian.
And joining us this morning is Steven Loring at WQUN. But somehow you filmed all of this, and put it in this great film.
With thanks for the memories from (clockwise from top) ‘heart-handers’ at Aging Life Care Association’s 2017 Annual Conference, United Way of Miami-Dade’s ‘Continue United’ program (with AARP Florida), Reston Community Center’s encore screening, the amazing students at NDSU Nursing at Sanford Health, and the Portage MI Senior Center’s screening kickoff to FOUR senior speed dating events they’ve announced for July and August! PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE TO HEAR THE ENTIRE INTERVIEW RAY ANDREWSEN: TONIGHT, RIGHT HERE AS PART OF THE JCC’s BECKERMAN JEWISH FILM SERIES, AN EXCEPTIONAL FILM will be at Tower One Tower East in New Haven.
It’s touching, it’s poignant, it’s funny, very funny. Ray Andrewsen: You know, I can’t imagine a 70, 80, 90-year-old person speed dating.
But here’s the thing: Finding a partner and friends can be tougher for older adults.
Tammy, a Kalamazoo-area woman, has been searching for that special someone for a long time. I am divorced, and I have been on my own for about 18 years,” she says.She’s organized five speed-dating events for seniors in her community so far, with more planned for November and December.Continue Reading CLICK THE IMAGE TO READ THE ENTIRE STORY AND LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HAVING A STRONG SOCIAL NETWORK HAS A POSITIVE EFFECT ON THE HEALTH OF SENIOR CITIZENS.Along the way, windows open revealing hidden emotions of this often stereotyped population.As they head out on dates that result, comic, poignant and bittersweet moments reveal how worries over physical appearance, romance and rejection, loss and new beginnings are universal, changing little from first love to the far reaches of life.And as long as you’re alive, people want to grow, and growth means connection, it means emotional connection.