Older men, it seems to me, are like gold dust on the dating scene right now.From salt-and-pepper George Clooneys to silver-fox Harrison Fords, young women are swooning over smooth older men more than ever.She had a first date with a man and it had all gone really well.He had taken her to a decent restaurant and they'd had a three-course meal and a bottle of champagne too.I myself was a victim of this until I recognized my part in this process and then I began dating and eventually married a man who treats me the way I deserve. Let go of the self defeating thoughts holding you back. I have identified the following rules to change the approach:1. How fun is it to hang out with someone who only puts themselves down?
If you really like her, just go with the flow and be yourself, regardless of whether “yourself” is a silly, dorky, immature 57-year old or a wise and mature 24.
Judging from the questions I was asked after AARP's "Finding Love at 50 " panel in Las Vegas this spring, what happened in Vegas won't stay in Vegas after all. My sister, age 70, has a partner 14 years her junior.
That's because the attendees really want to get out there and date again! A divorced friend, organizing a fundraiser 12 years ago, innocently flirted with the younger-by-seven-years florist she hired for the event. you'll both be glad you did." Next to approach was a man in his mid-60s.
But as I looked into his eyes and listened to him speak, I saw a kind, down-to-earth person. "Even if you meet no one," I pointed out, "you'll have fun. And the attendees around her seemed to like the idea, too — fingers crossed that they put it into action!
He had given his wife everything he could, I believed, and he deserved to go on with his life, be it dinner dates and movies or a partner. Fun is attractive — you can't keep it off your face. " "I like to read — but please don't tell me to join a book group, because I don't know of any." "Not a problem," I replied. Nancy Davidoff Kelton writes about dating after 50 for AARP.