All the profiles are initially set up by the younger generation (who must be at least 18 years old), who can sign up on behalf of a single, older relative (typically their parents but it could also be an aunt, uncle or friend).
Their parent is then sent an invitation to join the website - which is free for the first three months - and expand their profile, then use it to meet like-minded people.
And this is something I fully intend to stand firm on.
He explained to Mail Online: 'The inspiration for the website came from my mum - a very lovely lady in her 60s, who has been single for too long.
Early last year she asked me if I could help 'find her knight in shining armour'.
Therapist Sarah Hart tells me there is not, but that ultimately things will change and the issue will need to be dealt with properly: looking at my feelings as a mother, and then addressing the needs of my child.
A new partner coming in must try to have as much respect for the mother as she can, and try to imagine what it might feel like,’ Sarah says.
He said: 'Older dads can often find it difficult to form new relationships in later life.