What Are The Rules for Midlife Dating? Rules, rules and more rules. It’s no wonder that dating is so damned confusing. And to make matters worse, there are so many conflicting rules. If the last time that you dated was a decade ago, (or longer) it can feel pretty overwhelming because back when we were
There are a lot of people who disagree with my advice. Honestly, I can understand why. I think outside the box and much of my advice falls outside of the traditional way people look at dating, mating and relating. It can be hard for some to see my point. The fact is if the process
Understanding the natural ebb and flow of relationships is like watching the tide go in and out at the beach. There is a natural ebb and flow to the tides. High tide comes rushing in, sometimes catching you off guard with its ferocity. Hours later you notice the water has calmly receded, leaving a great expanse
How To Begin Again After Disappointment We’ve all been through that big disappointment or break up at some point in our lives. They’re hard to recover from… typically because you might feel like giving up or because one or both of you have decided to just move on. However, it’s important to remember that if
Is There Anything Good About Online Dating? People love to complain about the potential pitfalls of online dating, but I happen to love it. Here are a few reasons why I’m a believer: My friend Tami and I met 10 years ago and while it’s wasn’t a love connection, she remains one of my dearest
From My Inbox: “We’ve been married for 25 years. Because of his unhappiness, he has asked for a divorce. But I don’t want the divorce. I’ve been trying working on our relationship for the past 2 years. However, he recently he moved out of the house. He said he doesn’t want to be married anymore.
How To Survive Midlife Dating And Children Midlife relationships have a unique twist for those raising children because typically women have more of the responsibility after divorce. This in turn leaves little free time for dating. While there are some parents who are able to share the duties 50/50, the most common arrangement isonce a week and every
It’s commonly assumed that relationship deal breakers are typically associated with differences in character. However, as I’ve observed midlife singles, as people mature, the relationship priorities shift to those of shared values rather than the factors that we looked for when we were younger. For example: some women prefer not to date men with small children, particularly