As you know, for many months our team has been hard at work creating an improved and accessible Paltalk for members new and old. Many of our long-time Pals have been vocal about the changes, both in support and in opposition, and while the road to change is long, we are very grateful for all of the considered feedback we've received. It has helped us create a product we are proud of, and we want to showcase the enhancements and additions we've made to elevate the all-new Paltalk above Paltalk Classic. We hope that this comparison will highlight the all-new Paltalk’s superior qualities and help our members understand the value and ease in this new product (once you get used to it ).
We're partying like it's December 24th!
We're more than half way through the year, Pals, and how time flies! To celebrate, we're taking all of your favorite festive gifts out of the vault for Christmas in July! For a limited time, visit the Virtual Gift Store for access to rare gifts and special surprises.
Let's be honest. Getting older can be lonely, especially if you live by yourself. Maybe you've had a loss recently, or the kids have all moved out, or you've finally retired and have too much time on your hands. Worst of all, it feels like you haven't made a new friend since you were thirty.
There are plenty of good reasons why it's hard to find friends later in life, but top of the list is that there just isn’t enough time for everything at middle age. On average, we spend more than 40% of our waking life working. For those with spouses or families, most of the leftover hours go to them. Any large group of friends you might have had diminishes significantly over time, as children grow up, loved ones pass away, and old friends fade with distance or unavoidable life changes. If you are over 40, chances are that you’re spending more time alone year after year. By the time you pass middle age, alone is your default state.
All isn't lost, though.