In his New Book, Tim Carroll Offers Fresh Perspectives on Dating for Singles Over 50

June 22nd, 2011

Singles have a hard enough time finding love. But what if you are over 50 and alone? In his new book titled “Don’t Give Up on Love,” Cambridge Who’s Who member Tim Carroll offers sound advice to help the middle-aged to meet potential companions, and forge healthy and happy relationships. The book serves to help older men and women to rekindle their faith that somewhere, someone is there that can make them happy.

At the age of 68, Mr. Carroll has found success dating in the modern world. Reflecting on his experiences, he offers wisdom and advice on such topics as dealing with past baggage, addressing divorce, facing resistant adult children, and coping with illness and bereavement. As he covers just about every situation dealing with romance, Mr. Carroll reminds readers that they are not alone and that, despite contrary belief, they have a lot of options in front of them. Important highlights include: finding the courage to date again; if it’s okay to remain single; whether it’s ever too late to date, mate or marry; how friends can become lovers; if that long-ago high-school flame can be yours again; how to safely find love online; what to do with feelings of loss and grief; and how to handle loneliness.

“Don’t Give Up on Love” is a shining beacon of hope for anyone who thought that he or she was past his or her prime for the dating pool. It is a refreshing source of hope, inspiration and hope for the future. To purchase your copy, please visit the “Don’t Give Up on Love” promo page. You can also visit the official website for “Don’t Give Up on Love.”

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