If the article is written for women over 50 it will contain a litany of topics and observations.
How often are you left feeling -- I read that article, sure a lot of it makes sense, but now what?
There's nothing wrong with that -- it's a personal choice. As a life coach I always raise a few initial thought-provoking questions.
Many of them are nice guys, good citizens and the backbone of America. Yet most of these guys don't have a great history with relationships either. Despite all I've stated above there are many interesting, talented and nice guys who are desperately seeking rewarding relationships. Hey, we're all getting older and don't look as good as we used to. Many of them are part of Mind Acrobatics™ exercises.
You can find enough articles on 'dating over 50' to keep you off the streets reading and not dating for the rest of your life.
Google just returned 304,000 results in 0.31 seconds. They all provide contradictory opinions and advice -- way too much!
In an attempt to sound agreeable and fair minded I could claim guys who don't or won't date women their own age are either: If we are going to scratch the surface of the cultural/dating minefield then we must be open and forthcoming.
Sometimes I think dating simply isn't worth the stress and effort.Don't let this article be just another piece of reading that leaves you flapping in the wind. would have you believe, is evolving into an elaborate charade of deception: Everybody is petrified of giving someone the “wrong idea.” Men are impolite to the point of viciousness to ensure that the women they just hooked up with understand they don’t want a relationship.I’ve received my fair share of lewd attention during my online dating tenure to verify: It really is that bad. ” She gestures despairingly at the four men in front of her, archetypes of my generation in their hoodies, craft beer in one hand, i Phone in the other, with their untrimmed beards and general lack of ambition.But I’ve noticed a new strategy among my set of female friends—lovely, intelligent, independent women—to combat the grime of the online dating world: date up. More and more women I know are dating men twice, yes , Anne Hathaway stands with Robert De Niro and a bunch of young male colleagues in a bar and draws a harsh comparison: “How in one generation have men gone from guys like Jack Nicholson and Harrison Ford to . I see what Hathaway means: Why put up with Tinder when there’s a whole generation of men out there who wouldn’t dream of using it?