Dating at 50
The grown-up dater gives him a reasonable amount of time to show up, and then says a big “So what! If you are dealing with a grown-up man he will appreciate and respect you for it. (Because after all, your type hasn't worked or you would be reading this.) 5. Meet Jesse and listen as she tells us her story of searching for the right guy in New York City. If explicit sexual discussions make you squirm, this isn’t the episode for you. [Read More...]Every so often I will share one of my dating disaster stories from the blog: 1Yearof Online Datingat50
Steer clear of these topics until you know each other better. Your 25-year-old may want to linger and go down the rabbit hole trying to figure it all out. Take care of yourself by initiating a conversation and sharing your needs and wants. This keeps you open to someone who might not be your type. Keep your body language open, play with your hair, smile, touch his arm.
[Read More...]The latest Single Because Podcast episode is available for your listening pleasure. Below you will find a step by step guide on how to RATE and REVIEW on i Tunes. [Read More...]Meet Billy and listen as he discusses having his heart broken because he’s always been the transitional guy. This story I'm reading in this podcast, "He Said Dungarees" was a popular post with followers.
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On the positive side, the age 50-plus daters seem to be pretty darn smart when choosing a date-mate.
In fact, nearly 60 percent say they make better decisions about compatibility now compared to when they were younger. Be the master of the segue if he talks too much, or the conversation swerves into uncomfortable topics. Show up to your dates open, happy and being your already charming self.
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