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As with all first dates, you should always meet in a public place, let someone know where you’re going and when to expect you back, and have your mode of transport planned out.

Roberts has more helpful safety tips on her Heartographer website.

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Pew is saying roughly one in every eight Baby Boomers (born from 1946 to 1964) is online and searching for loving. Experts - and Boomers who are online and dating - are quick with opinions. "I met my sweetheart online," said Gretchen Asher, a 56-year-old Portland, Ore. "We just celebrated our two year anniversary.” They met on a free site called Plenty of Fish and, said Asher, “It’s funny, I had a perception that the free online sites served a lower quality single and I was just on Match.com," she said.

Know that no one believes that online dating is a sure fix for lonely Saturday nights. "A gal-pal encouraged me to also join POF, just in case. Carla Marie Manly, a clinical psychologist in Santa Rosa, Calif., said there are many success stories.

Choose something that reflects your interests or personality.

The service will then either automatically highlight compatible people from its database or let you browse other people’s profiles — or both.

Pew found that 15% of us have used dating sites and phone apps.

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