I’d had a longish marriage and then a 10-year love affair with a man much older than I – the cartoonist Mel Calman.When he died I fell in love with somebody 15 years younger than I was – a Hungarian artist – and lived with him for seven years.Not only will you learn how to be a better man; we will also teach you how to have swagger and how to start dating again.Getting in the Right Mindset Looking in the Right Places Overcoming Obstacles Community Q&A Once you pass the age of 65, you may find the thought of dating more than a little bit daunting.Yes, men are immature, but only because women let us be immature. Since we were wee lads, girls have always discriminated against younger boys in school. As a result of our consistent rejections by “older” women, we don’t like dating older women.For one thing, people used to stay married; they weren’t out in the jungle, searching for romance.She’d come watch my tennis matches and I’d take her to Mc Donald’s afterward for some hot apple pie and Mc Lovin. Or perhaps the perception starts in the 7th grade where we start snapping one too many bras.Let’s just say that older sister Karen wasn’t very happy with either of us. Maybe women think men are immature because even at 45, with our receding hair and ever expanding girth, we act like college dudes chasing tail even though we no longer have game.
Believing when the time is right, a good guy will just show up in your life.
Wouldn't it be awesome if finding a good guy really happened this way? But you can meet a great man who is perfect for you.
You just need to work the dating system...putting yourself in situations so you can find him and he can find you.
It means making sure you're on dating sites that are the right fit for you and while you're at it, turn your friends into Dating Fairy Godmothers who can fix you up.
If you like the idea of finding men in real life versus online, you'll want to be in social situations where men 50 years and older congregate and you'll need to know how to get them to approach you when you're interested in them.