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Fellas, if you're in your 50s, single and dating (and feeling like you're not getting anywhere), consider this a little friendly feedback from the ladies.Maybe you've heard it all before, maybe it doesn't apply to you, maybe you've got the dating thing down -- it doesn't matter. Are they unknowingly putting up guards that turn men off?Here’s what they said, followed by my thoughts on how they might overcome these dating problems and attract their best relationship.◊♦◊This is a common complaint from women. So guys, please pay attention to more than the boobs and the butt.Despite the occasional dating disasters and mating missteps, there's a lot to love about you guys.You're older and wiser, smarter and sexier than you were in your younger days.You can prepare a lovely Italian meal for a guy, and all of a sudden he brings up the fact his ex made the best lasagna of all time." GF #2: "Men in their fifties can be cynical, especially if they were in a bad marriage.They talk about how awful their ex-wives are, and how much money they had to give them." GF #3: "Getting involved with a guy who's still reeling from his divorce can sometimes feel like he's having an affair, except that the 'other woman' isn't a woman, it's his anger." My Advice: Dump the baggage, dude.
So men, before you break out into a cold sweat, know that all this is well intended and researched. Since I got married for the first time at 51, I can speak from experience when it comes to dating men in their 50s.
Maybe you're lonely, horny, you want a girlfriend, need some company, or just need to get laid. We ALL want love, but some guys blow it by rushing.
GF #1: "There seems to be some kind of 'trying on of a girlfriend.' On the first date, I've had a guy take my hand and rub my shoulders, without any words of seduction or romance.
Don't get too flirty too fast, don't text, and definitely don't sext.
Even if you're fresh out of a miserable marriage and new to the singles scene, take a breath.
Stop talking about your ex, your kids, your money, etc. Some therapy, meditation, or a little alone time wouldn't be the worst thing in the world for you.