Once upon a time Judith Hill was a wife and mother. She taught high school and wrote romance novels. Nowadays she is still a mother (to grown-ass men in their 30s–how the eff did that happen?) and a grandmother, divorced, and an international flight attendant writing a humor/advice/vent blog on life, love and online dating. Though the name says “60,” Judith believes (and her followers confirm) that singleat60sucks.com is a site whose platform transcends age.

She invites you to take a look and issues this challenge: If you don’t laugh at least twice or relate at least once, then she has failed. And by all means, you should hit “delete.” But if you do–laugh and relate, that is–then she has succeeded. She hopes in that case, you will comment, “like” or share. But, most of all, she hopes you will scroll to the bottom and hit “follow.”

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  1. Hi Judith,My sister just sent me an article about you from the Delco Daily News.I have been doing the online dating thing off and on for seven years.I have been writing a book about ny experiences but did not want to finish it till I met the β€œone”. I have been on eight different sites.Did you know that Disney fans have their own dating site?Just read your blog on hope which truly dashed my hopes of finding Mr.Right.In fact I have just read several of your blogs.I have been a widow for 9years at the age of 71 your blogs make me feel very naive about life and men.Peggy

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    1. Hi Peggy. Please don’t feel naive! I am perhaps just too jaded. Lol. I try to find the humor in life’s trials. Mostly, I want women to know that whatever they feel, they are not alone! Lots of us experience the exact same emotions and frustrations. But always gave faith!! And belief in your own strength. We women “of an age” have such an amazing capacity for compassion and sisterhood. It is truly one of the greatest gifts I have received these past years. I encourage you to keep writing! Finish your book and call it The Search. Then start another, The Search Continues. Believe me, women will relate! Good luck! Judith

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  2. Hi Judith! I just found your blog and am definately laughing and relating. I am now 60 and was in a narcissistic relationship for 20 years and let me tell you – you are soooo lucky yours only lasted 2 1/2. I am now in my second year of recovery, and still, very much, going through it! I feel like you, it’s very true that men want younger women. Being disgarded (thrown away) by a narcissist (at our age) leaves you feeling like your time is up, you have nothing that another man (or anyone for that matter) could possibly be interested in. And the feeling of “who would want me.” is alive and well here! I can answer the “Why?” for you – you weren’t useful any longer, he got everything he wanted – got bored – moved on – that’s it, that’s all! Some take longer than others. As for dating sites, I recently got curious took a peek and was extremely discouraged to say the least. If that was any indication of what’s out there – I’m out!! I made the mistake of settling once, that is the biggest mistake a woman (at any age) will EVER make! After the hell I have endured, I am loving living alone and doing what I want, how I want, whenever I want! Starting over at 60 sure does SUCK, but I’m one tuff girly and will not let what he did define me or the rest of my life! The question I seem to roll around often is – what has a man ever done for me anyway?

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    1. Hi Joanne
      Wow! We are kindred sisters! In experience AND attitude…I definitely relate as well. And thank you. You are absolutely right about NEVER settling again!! I think a lot of women our age feel the exact same way. I have blessings and freedom and strengths galore and I need to remind myself of that. I am working on a new piece called “7 reasons why single at 60 is easier ( and better) than single at 40.” I hope you’ll look for it and let me know your thoughts when its posted (in a couple weeks, I hope… when my flying schedule abates). Thank you so much for commenting and following….
      πŸ’œ Judith

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