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Dating in fourty

If you have been avoid dating online as your think that it is just for 20 years old, then you need to think once again.

When you’re ‘youngish’, free and single, meeting someone new is easier than you might think.I hate to put it so bluntly but I think you need to accept that most of the men you’re meeting don’t plan on dating anyone for very long.Your focus now should be finding someone you’re attracted to and whose company you enjoy and forget about his living quarters and portfolio.Right now, I’m focused more on my own individual life plan than anything else.I have received a number of letters asking for advice on how to meet someone when you're a little older and less in touch with the dating scene. It is something you have to work at everyday until you're successful. I have found that men my age mid 40's are interested in women younger and the only men really interested in women my age are the older men in their late 50's-60's.The old saying that life begins at 40 is no longer just a reassuring cliché.

When you’re dating in your 40s, there are pleasant surprises in store.

The following are tried and true tips that have worked for many who are now in healthy and happy relationships. My late husband was my age so this is difficult for me to understand.

On average we all know about 250 other people, one or two of them are going to know someone else who is single and looking. We would like to wish you the best of luck with became a widow after 20 years of being with my husband and getting back into dating is not as easy as it was 20 years ago.

One thing I've learned, however, is that the dating "basics" are still the same as when women were "foxy," and men were "fine" (and if you're unfamiliar with those terms, you're definitely not over 40.

But stick around, you might learn something anyway.) When it comes to dating, the three principles are: 1) relax, 2) pay attention and 3) be yourself. So, here are some tips for those of you who are just getting out of a marriage and haven't got a clue (or for those of you who are over 40, single and have I've heard so many horror stories from women and men who didn't pay attention and missed those all-important clues that told them it was time to move on.

While I’m not opposed to marriage, I don’t feel that it is a reasonable expectation for me right now.