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I want to share my experiences in the hope of helping others.It would be impossible to count the number of articles I read in Cosmo and Glamour when I was in my 20s on the subject of dating and relationships."Twenty Ways To Get a Man To Fall in Love With You." "Six Mistakes Women Make on First Dates." "Seventeen Reasons Women Are Still Single After 30." All good examples of the pieces I thought might help me meet and marry the man of my dreams.While I cannot determine if the articles (and quizzes, of course) directly played a role, I did get married, and the nightmare of having to navigate the dating scene was over. Divorced at 41 and thrown back into the pack of wolves, I felt like I had outgrown articles like, "10 Secrets That Will Drive Your Guy Crazy In Bed." What I really wanted to know was whether dating as a middle-aged woman would be even remotely similar to what it was 20 years prior? Nowadays, when you are dating someone, forget talking on the phone.Today, nine years later, the answer to that question is very clear: Yes and no. Instead, you'll have short, to-the-point conversations (which include making plans) via Facebook messaging, texting or email. If your guy (or girl) is gaga over you, he or she might be into having a conversation while seeing your face.It is merely unprofessional dating advice for women from a person interested in psychology who is living through a middle aged divorce; someone who has suffered the joys and sorrows of online middle aged dating.Check out my dating advice store page for a organized list of books and products I recommend.In particular this middle age dating advice site focuses on: I am not a licensed therapist, a dating coach or a life coach.I just have read a lot of psychology books, divorce books and dating books and have a keen interest in those topics.
It discusses dating psychology that I found interesting from a number of books I have read.
I also use my own personal dating stories and thoughts.
I have been trained as a scientist and have tried to use my training in that field in my writing along with my interests and experiences.
It might seem impersonal or cold and distant at first, but you'll get used to it. This took me a little while to get used to because of self-consciousness. You'd think the technology would have been able to make people look more attractive, but whatever.
Once you get over it, I have to say it's pretty fun.