If every woman in the world woke up one morning, slapped herself on the forehead and said "I am fine just the way I am", entire economies would crumble.When I said this a few years ago on The Gruen Transfer, it got quite a response.Being divorced for several years, I have tried my hand at online dating, experimenting with a number of different sites, and I know from experience that for someone new to the process, it can be rather intimidating and confusing.You might be wondering which site is best for you, and if you should bother paying for a membership or not.You can find chat rooms where people discuss trivia questions, learn a new skill, play games, meet a special someone, share writing, plan trips or discuss travel, ask questions to an expert, or simply share thoughts with others.Finding Senior Chat Rooms Most chat rooms do not require any special software.It doesn't always have to be about women or health.
Of course, it’s not always that simple, and there are exceptions.
, laid bare (so to speak) many of her insecurities and neuroses, from the guilt she felt after cheating on her husband to the unfailing loyalty she had for her extremely flawed, but nevertheless big-hearted, father.
As a writer, Rinaldi’s prose is authentic, insightful, and easy to read: Her book takes you on a roller coaster of a midlife crisis and doesn’t let you off the ride until the very last word; even then, the experience of reading it stays with you, if only in the form of “What Would Robin Do?
Huge multinational enterprises are built entirely upon the exploitation of female insecurity, particularly the fear of growing old.
However, as someone who has not only crossed the Rubicon of 50, but is on the threshold of the unthinkable (60), I am here to tell the women of the world: fear not. I was on The Drum last week with three other women of my vintage talking about some of the key issues that affect Australian women over 50, including ageing, work, money and relationships.