Men and emotions dating

Posted by / 08-Apr-2018 09:04

Men and emotions dating

We don’t keep track of how many times our partner kept his/her mouth shut for the sake of harmony. If you think it’s because men like drama, I’ll have to respectfully disagree. Once a man reaches a certain age, he prefers easy relationships.

Another date, who didn’t feel chemistry with me but we became friends, I’ve watched him fall for all the women who don’t want to give him the time of day.

I’m a 42 year old single mom who is very attractive (I look about 7 years younger), fun, has a great smile and laugh (and does both a LOT), emotionally stable, and not looking to race to the altar.

And I definitely fit the definition of a “cool chick” – and my guy friends will confirm:-).” Unfortunately, the pool of men that I’m dating from (early to mid 40s, usually divorced) are pretty messed up.

But as we mature and value ourselves, we tend to court what makes sense for us in the long term.

I’m not suggesting that the drama queens make sense to your ex’s, per se. I was on a plane two days ago and found myself seated next to an attractive and wealthy 59-year-old man. Keep in mind if you’re reading this that a younger woman doesn’t have to be a sycophant or a brainless chimp (although some insecure men are just fine with that).

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One reason that women rarely want to consider (and I’m not necessarily applying this to you, Joan), is that with their experience comes a darker lining.