Over 40 dating success stories
I successfully crammed 20 years of dating into a highly compressed time frame, which sometimes made the learning harsh, but always useful. While I had steady boyfriends in high school and college, I did very little dating during my youth.Most of my 20’s and 30’s were spent climbing the corporate ladder and enjoying the company of my wonderful single girlfriends.At first I focused on opening my heart to love and feeling attractive.Next, I told everyone what I was up to and before I knew it, I went out on the first blind date that started the ball rolling.The man reads this as you having incredibly high expectations and reliance on your relationship for your happiness. If you wouldn’t say it on your first date, don’t write it in your profile. Women in their 40s, 50s and beyond are particularly guilty of this.After all, you’ve probably accomplished a lot in your life without a man and are prepared to continue doing so.Many weekends are spent training for my next marathon and singing in my church choir.” Whew!You can go on to say that you look forward to a relationship, but really…where can a man possibly see time for himself in that picture?
Once you’ve hit your 40s and beyond, you kind of know what works for you and what doesn’t. If you do a good job describing yourself and painting a picture of what it feels like to be in a relationship with you, it will attract the right men and repel the wrong ones.Be careful not to sound like there is no room in your life for a relationship.It often goes something like this: “I spend my days as a busy lawyer and my evenings teaching courses at the local college.In other words, I had to start from scratch to establish my dating IQ.
I developed a dating “protocol,” a set of standards that I followed and used as a benchmark with my dates.If you are reading this and wondering if Dating Coaching is for you, let me say the answer is YES! Take the first step today by calling me at 203-877-3777 or sending an email.