Women dating younger men problems
Their answers help me tailor a program that helps them attract their ideal match. But when a man rushes sex, women often feel objectified.
Are they unknowingly putting up guards that turn men off?
We talk in terms of a permanent "we"—weshould buy a house, we want to live by the ocean at some point in our lives.
That said, while I know our love is real, because of the age difference and kids question, we're both skittish about talking about the future in definite terms. But I am also okay with not knowing—I know it's enough for today that he and I love each other. Although it's cliché, he loves like he can't get hurt, and seeing that has taught me a lesson I needed to learn.
I got married in my early 20s and divorced a few years later.
Two years later, Mike and I are definitely a couple—we live together and we're deeply in love.
— As a dating coach for single women over 40, one of the first questions I ask a client is, “What’s your biggest problem in dating? I recently asked a group of about 300 single, divorced, and widowed women over 40 what their biggest problems were in dating. They want to be appreciated for more than their bodies.