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When I tell people I know that no one decent wants to date me, they are all genuinely shocked.

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Bonos: You dated a co-worker and the relationship ended right around the time you started Love Letters.

Dating in the office is always such a minefield — in the #Me Too era and before the #Me Too era.

Because if I’m telling other people to get out of the house, improve their lives, be open to meeting new people, it sort of requires me to live my own advice. I try to be good to others in the way that I tell readers to be good to others.

But where I really fail is that I’m constantly telling people to be open to things and to work on meeting people — and just do that forced thing that you have to do when you’re dating. Sometimes I will be in my pajamas, with my laptop, and I will have just answered a letter telling somebody to get out of the house, and I’m just watching repeats of shows I’ve seen eight times.

I've been doing online dating, and no one I'm attracted to wants to date me. My qualification for attractiveness: Based on their photos, would I feel comfortable enough to kiss them good night?

I've had four dates in 10 months, and three of the four dates were with men who were very unattractive (to be honest, they were all pretty gross looking, bad grooming, etc).

I work from home and I don't make much money, which is why I'm not able to go out as much as I would like. – Still searching I wish I knew the secret to finding a partner, but I don't. You say it's difficult to make new friends who are your age, and that the couples in your life have very different social priorities.

I do many activities, mostly alone, and go to free meet-ups all the time in my city (where I'm always the oldest person at the meet-up). My advice is the same frustrating stuff you hear from everyone else and already know: Do more activities. If you're feeling like the men you date are get-off-my-lawn grandpas, and that the people in your world aren't compatible with your version of 62, maybe it's time to seek out younger companions.

Dear Meredith, I'm a 62-year-old upbeat, funny, athletic, younger-looking woman, who hasn't had a boyfriend, husband, or a date in 23 years. I was married 31 years ago, and found out that my ex-husband married me for a green card.

While married, he was in love with another woman, so we divorced.

The four men were also extremely boring, bland, and old-fashioned in a grandpa "get off my lawn" kind of way.

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