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What are the Odds of Finding Love After 60?

What are the Odds of Finding Love After 60

A study from the University of Bath in the U.K. shows that the odds of finding love after 60 are 1 in 562 – but only if you leave meeting the love of your life to fate. However, if you act proactively and take some steps to meet new people, you will likely improve your odds of finding love after 60.

The researchers considered 18 factors such as age, physical attractiveness, location, etc., to calculate the chances of falling in love in late adulthood.

According to science, you will boost your chances to find love in your 60s if you do things such as meeting people through online dating sites or hobbies, connecting with colleagues and their friends, or meeting your friends’ friends.

In short, if you socialize and make an effort to connect with others, you are significantly increasing your odds of finding love after 60.

So, consider signing up for dance classes in your neighborhood, joining a local gym, or volunteering in your community.

Community gatherings such as bingo nights, hiking trips, or city celebrations are fantastic opportunities to meet new people, make friends, and find love after 60.

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