Dating should be fun, even if a little exhausting at times. You know yourself better than you did at 30, but you have less patience for the endless BS -- and it is endless -- and it's difficult to find someone with whom you want to spend however much time you have left.
But dating can and should be energizing, exciting and educational.
While most of my MBA classmates developed expertise in one field or another that earned them millions, my expertise has been... • Be energetic and adventurous, in the bedroom and out.
The findings were published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and researchers said the reason many people don't ask a ton of questions is because they're worried about coming across as nosy or rude. Joey tells Rachel, and she doesn't (but can't return his feelings).
Far too many women over 50 are unhappy with the dating world, especially the Internet dating world. I almost always enjoy the date, whether it leads to a second one, a 10th one, a relationship, or whether we say goodbye after two hours together.
(I don't date men, so I don't know, but assume many men are unhappy with it as well.) That's too bad, because the online dating experience has opened up possibilities to meet people you never would have met before, and if some of those people are creepy or boring or not what they seem to be, here's a news flash: That was true back in the days when you only met people at work, at school, at the gym, at bars, or the dread introduced to you by friends. I love hearing stories and everyone -- especially women over 50 -- has a story. ADVICE FOR MEN Along the way on this path that most people might consider a waste of time and money, some lessons have emerged.
A study from Harvard University has found the secret to securing a second date. The Independent reports that the straight men who took part said they wanted to see half of the women again.
But the straight women only wanted to go on a second date with a third of the men.