For most women, finding the right guy after 50 can be frustrating and tiresome. I've found the women who get out there and have the most fun attracting and meeting Quality Men have these 10 traits in common.
So, you're considering a Gray Divorce. You're weighing the pros and cons of getting out after a few decades of marriage. And wondering what the future might hold for you as a single person in your 50s or 60s. In other words, you're Divorce Curious. Or, in Internet speak, 'Di-Curious.'
Recently I received a letter from a woman who told me nothing is working in her dating life. No one is interested in her. No one is interested in her friends either. She and her friends are experiencing loneliness and a lack of contact with men. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Flirting starts with not being attached to any outcome. You want to go into this with the mindset of having fun meeting someone new and interesting in the real world. And if it goes somewhere, great. If it doesn't, don't get discouraged. Instead, think of it as having had the opportunity to practice a new dating skill.
Flirting starts with not being attached to any outcome. You want to go into this with the mindset of having fun meeting someone new and interesting in the real world. And if it goes somewhere, great. If it doesn't, don't get discouraged.
Even though your old clothes may still fit, revise your clothes closet, hair color/style, buy a new trench/raincoat. This is about reflecting who you are inside and allowing that to show to the world and other people around you. Let the world see how amazing you are on the outside and your amazing character will do the rest.
I speak with women everyday who tell me they don't want to give up who they are for a man. The funny thing is, men would never even think of giving up who they are for a relationship. Neither should you.
Every time you're with a man or he's with you, each of you is giving off signals that you might not even be aware of. I want to share some of these with you because once you get this ... it's like having a behind-the-scenes playbook for knowing whether or not he's into you.
Let's get this straight right now. A man is not going to be your best friend. If he's emotionally healthy, he's happy to be your greatest protector and he will willingly fix anything for you when he can. But he's not going to get involved in long conversations about things he has no interest in.
Men can only focus on one thing at a time. Again, here's another area where we expect men to be like women but due to a part of our DNA that has been in humans since the caveman days, we are totally different here too.
Ever since I was a child, I have had difficulty with choice and choosing.
Second marriage can be a disaster, or it can be the best thing that ever happened to you. What's the difference? Marrying the right person for the right reasons.
That is, if you're willing to do a simple mind shift to move your vibration into alignment with what you want. These three mind shifting practices are a great way to get started.
A jerk doesn't make sure you feel emotionally, physically or spiritually safe. You may feel financially safe with him but that's not enough. He'll be the one criticizing what you wear or how you do things.
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