It's what led me to helping women really understand who men are.
A big obstacle to finding love after 50 happens when you're NOT putting yourself in places where you can be seen and found by available men on a DAILY BASIS!
Men can't find you when you're hiding every night at home. In today's blog, I'm going to share the 11 types of men I found for you to date both online and offline.
A little while ago, I offered unsolicited advice for men over 50 about dating. -- Stop worrying about how your body looks at your age. And those chunky men you're with have no room to complain. Women's faces are THE most miraculous creations on earth. There's truth to the maxim that older faces reflect character and wisdom. I had pointed out previously to men that some of things they say on dates aren't particularly wise. Just as I advised men to stop talking and LISTEN, it's beneficial when it goes in both directions.
This came mostly from what women had told me about their dates. And while I'm confident men over 50 are generally worse at dating than women of that age, I'm equally sure that both genders can learn as they navigate new relationship terrain. Mature women take much better care of themselves, as a rule, than mature men. Regardless, women's bodies -- whatever the age -- are the second most miraculous creations on the planet. If a guy criticizes your body, point him toward a mirror and move on. I've never understood the myths fostered by the makeup industry, but if you want to wear it, okay. When women say they don't want to settle, it never comes across sounding good. I have had dates where for two hours, I was not asked a single question or had an opportunity to talk for more than a moment or two. They left not knowing if I had children (I do) or parents! This goes for both genders, but women over 50 seem to want to size guys up right away in terms of their long term relationship potential.
When I started my company, A Little Nudge, I didn’t know who to expect as my client base.
Part of me thought that I would work with a lot of 30-something women, looking to have children before they decided their time for this had passed, whether true or not. But the group I wasn’t counting on was the 50 segment of the dating market.Today, not having these types of common meeting places makes it harder to find single men to date. Growing up, we weren't taught who men really are and what makes them tick.I know I wasn't and in the past, I made huge mistakes that ended up emasculating men.In our conversation, we also discuss how to understand the way a man thinks and the importance of looking for a partnership and friendship instead of love and marriage. Do you agree that women need to be more feminine and less competitive with men? Finally, our conversation covers dating expectations that set older women up for failure and where to go to meet fascinating good men. Lisa explains how older women can tap into their softer seductive feminine powers to bring out the best in men and master the art of dating after 50.