Ladies you can find love at any age by getting out there and participating in things that you enjoy doing! Meeting both men and women can bring you into different circles which will ultimately improve your social life. The more people you interact with will offer more opportunities into your world. That’s a good thing! Don’t wait for things to happen, make them happen! ❤ Dear Sybersue
Another great video by Popular Dating Coach Matthew Hussey:
I can’t tell you how many women have asked me the same question: “Why do I only seem to EVER meet guys that are completely the wrong age for me?”
Or to put it more simply (as one client asked me): “Where are all the great, single, 40-year old men hiding??”
Like it or not, we all know that age is a factor in dating. But so many people waste years moaning about where they are in life (I’m too old, I’m too young…) instead of doing something about it.
Often it’s not about age at all. We use that as our crutch, when really, if we’re truly honest with ourselves, maybe we just aren’t being pro-active enough right now and investing in the CRUCIAL STRATEGIES that would bring us closer to finding love.
So in this week’s video above, I’m going to share some down-to-earth, PRACTICAL tips for finding a guy no matter what age you are
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Dear Sybersue is a Dating/Relationship/Lifestyle Advice Talk Show for Men & Women of all Ages!
Canadian Talk Show Host Susan McCord Discusses Dating at every age! How to combat the aging process and find love in your life regardless of each approaching birthday! We are all worthy of having love in our lives and sometimes it’s actually easier as we get older. The 20’s can be a very difficult time of trying to find out who you are and where you “fit” in life. Each decade brings us new things to deal with but it is how you handle them that makes the learning curve move along faster.
❤ Love has no age limit, it’s all about attitude and diversity! ❤
Susan McCord @ http://www.facebook.com/DatingRelationshipTalkShow
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How do you feel about online dating vs. the traditional way? Do you think social media sites have changed the way people date and is it a helpful thing or hurtful?
That is a much more complicated a question than you know & it is not a one sentence answer that’s for sure. While I am an advocate for online dating, I am saddened by the demise of old fashioned hookups & by meeting each other out in a public environment or event. Technology has made us lazy & we don’t even have to leave our homes to “flirt” with someone anymore. The trouble is we don’t know who these potential dates really are until we meet them in person & literally watch their actions & behaviors.
People can waste a lot of time online with someone who has no intention of having a relationship ~ they’re just enjoying playing the game & seeing how many admirers they can get on their profile. (Of course I am generalizing as there are many people on dating sites for the right reasons as well.)
As much as social media has connected us world wide it has also slowed communications in the old fashioned natural way. People are forgetting how to talk to each other. How often does your phone ring these days & don’t even talk about a residential phone! The only people calling your home are telemarketers or your grandparents! Even I am guilty about not wanting to talk on the phone and prefer to text much of the time! It’s not about being lazy in my case but more about time management. This is not a good thing as we become much more reclusive talking to our computers & smart phones instead of real people connections.
If you use online sites in the right way to meet up with people or groups & are serious about finding a long term partner, it can be an amazing tool. I think it is especially wonderful for singles over 40 who have less venues to go to and have left the bar scene behind. There are many seniors who have been able to date again after losing a partner or a divorce which was difficult in the past. Where were they supposed to meet~ there are only so many seniors events.
In answer to your question MMG, it is always best to meet someone in a “face to face” environment and the most preferable method. Social media had made it possible to connect the easy way but it doesn’t show you the whole dimension of someone. “The eyes are the window to your soul” and tell a lot about a person which you can’t see from a computer dating profile. Don’t forget how to talk to people you come in contact with on a daily basis & keep the art of personal communication alive. We have the best of both worlds right now and need to use them both wisely!
Thanks for your Question ❤
Men & women are always complaining that there is no one to date after the age of 40. There is someone for everyone and we have to get this negativity out of our heads. Relationships breakup at all ages & everyone deserves to have love in their lives. It doesn’t end because you hit a certain age. Life begins at 40 so why would love not be a part of the equation?
Putting out to the Universe that you deserve to be happy & have a partner to share your life with, will help you to achieve that. If you want to attract love into your life, you have to open to receive it. Closing yourself off to and not being receptive, will keep you lonely forever. Have you ever asked yourself why other people always seem to have a partner? The answer is because they embrace the idea & believe they are worthy of it. It is really that simple but humans are complicated creatures. We spend our lives sabotaging the things we desire the most. Knowing this, is half the battle & will change our life direction when we are honest with ourselves & make the changes.
~Go for what you want & believe you deserve it. The rest will happen & eventually flow into place~
Susan McCord @ http://www.youtube.com/twobeavers