The thought of starting over in love is daunting, but a lot of Baby Boomers are doing it.
A growing number of singles over 50 are finding potential matches online.
The folks we talked to say it takes some getting used to.
But, it's a good option for people who want to learn about their dates before meeting, and for people who say they forgot how to "play the game."
It's also a numbers game.
The more people you meet, the better your chances of finding a good match.
And this trend doesn't show signs of slowing down.
Last year an E-harmony study found the internet is the most popular way for people over 50 to meet and marry.
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