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But she ran into an unexpected obstacle: her daughter, April, 31, who became furious with her mother for even trying after she launched her Internet search for men last spring."Every time I would go online, she'd have a hissy fit, and say I wasn't safe, and yadda yadda," says Potter, a nursing instructor from Buffalo Grove, Illinois.Kaiser says she often counsels parents and children on working through issues that arise when a parent begins dating online.One of her clients hacked into his mother's e-mail account and, posing as her, sent rejections to potential suitors.When it comes to dating, our generation’s motto seems to be “keep it casual”.We without a doubt have more liberated, realistic, and open views on sexuality and love than the generations preceding us.
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She thinks that she has now met "probably the love of my life." But April was so upset with her mother's online dating that she refused to meet the boyfriend for eight months.
Dating goes gray As the baby boom generation ages and once-married boomers become single again, they increasingly are turning to the Web in search of dates.
"I didn't know the difference between a Web page and an e-mail. "They may not even want to hear that you kissed.' People are uncomfortable imagining their 60-year-old mother making out in the back of a car." Kaiser does recommend parents and children in this situation keep lines of communication open, but children need to realize that "their parents have a life; their parents are grown up." Meanwhile, parents need to recognize their child's concerns.
If a new boyfriend or girlfriend is now in the picture, says Kaiser, it's important for the child to spend time with that person, "to develop their own relationship." She recommends activities that both can enjoy, such as attending a sporting event together.