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For particularly egregious examples, just look at the popular birthday cards for ages 50 and above that emphasize themes of shock, surprise, consolation, denial or even put-downs about how aging sucks.
Online dating profiles tell us the opposite, that aging brings distinct advantages, including larger and deeper social networks, less dependency on work and achievement for self-esteem, and a more positive outlook on life.
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Both the Pew and the Davis-Fingerman studies show us that aging is not a barrier to seeking romance, and that younger and older adults share many of the same goals and ways of presenting themselves to potential partners.
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The self-presentations of older daters suggest that they are quite happy with their existing social connections, but are hoping to expand them.
Fingerman described to me how a key age difference builds over time, with younger daters hoping that a potential partner will fill a void for them as a new social tie, and most older daters seeking to add a new partner to an established and robust social platform.