Let’s face it, meeting men is hard, especially if you are over 40. You’re not meeting men at work or in bars anymore. Your circle of friends is either the same it’s been for years, or post-divorce you are now creating new friendships. If you’ve been avoiding going online because you’re thinking that it’s only […]
For those of you in your 40s or 50s who are recently divorced, widowed, or just eager to re-partner, dating again can be daunting. Perhaps it’s been a while since you’ve been “on the market”. You may want to think and act like a 25-year-old, but your seasoning tells another tale and may actually improve the […]
No matter your age, the way to connect with a man in the “I think you’re hot and would be interested in going out with you” way is to flirt. It’s as true online as in person; flirtation isn’t about being a tease, it’s about showing your interest and curiosity – and piquing his. When […]
Is your profile withering away online? Is it attracting the interest of couch potatoes, the chronically ill or the guys just looking for a little action? If so, you are likely making at least one of the mistakes commonly made by women over 40 who are using online dating as their new discos. (Really…where do […]
You’ve come this far: You and your guy connected online, emailed a few times, spoke on the phone and now it’s time for your “meet date.” You are compatible in the virtual world. So far, so good. Now it’s time to see how it goes in the real world. The purpose of the meet date […]
Dating can be a real pain in the butt, right? I know. I did it for about 30 years and I experienced all the hurt, confusion, frustration, hopelessness, boredom, and exhaustion that comes with it. So what’s the thing about dating that bothers you most? As a Dating and Relationship Coach for Women over 40, […]
What if I told you that falling in love when you are 40, 50, 60 or beyond is the BEST time? Better than when you are 18 and hot to trot, better than in your 20s when you didn’t know yourself from a hot rock or your 30s, when your baby and/or career clocks were […]
Perhaps the real reason you are alone on a Saturday night is because you are in denial. We often think of denial as it pertains to larger issues such as alcohol abuse or mental illness. Yet denial can live in every aspect of our daily lives. There are easy steps to help you realize what you are in denial about, which will lead you to open yourself up to love.