Women reentering the dating scene after a long absence need to first examine if they are ready to date again.
When Dave married Sue, his high school sweetheart, he envisioned the typical marriage scenario.
My list started with: They must not have a fear of intimacy, be a liar, be a cheater, be a drunk, be boring, be broke, be un-therapized, be selfish in bed, have bad breath, hate their job, wear dirty socks to bed -- my list went on for another two pages.
I had the average mortal checked off as a "no" at "hello." But more fundamentally speaking, how did a 40-something get that first date?
Dating at any age may feel complicated or overwhelming. In most cases, women over 40 have had enough dating experience to know what they do and do not want in a relationship.
Women over 40 are more likely to be established, have homes, established friends, and secure jobs.
Hello, 40-year-olds actually need to eat something besides pretzels!
Here are some tips on how to ensure you enjoy your adventure of dating after 40, not dread the next coffee date.
After all, not only is there the possibility of being swept off your feet by a romantic, loving man, there’s the chance of being swept over the cliff of heartbreak.
You just need some sage reminders on how to improve the quality of your love life Here Are My Top 5 Dating After 40 Tips to Help You Skyrocket Your Success with Sexy Women: Dating tip #1: Don’t date. Think about a traditional “date.” It’s full of pressure, awkwardness, evaluation and it just plain sucks. Dinner, movie, kiss goodnight, and then she doesn’t return your calls.
At the age of 42, owing to two long relationships that tailgated each other, I found myself single for the first time since I was 20-something. In my 20s, I thought dating was hard: One had to find a mate who was attractive, single and not just recently single but single long enough to not still be in love with their ex-lover.