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A number of gentlemen I’ve met shouldn’t have been dating at all because they are still grieving.
In addition to the obvious physical attraction reasons, this man emphasized that it was so much EASIER to go out with a younger woman who has not yet been scarred by life. This is one of the things that women often ignore when they question the tastes of men. But I assume your question was not simply looking for validation: “You’re perfect. If you’re going out and doing things you love and putting yourself in the position to meet like-minded men, great.Every time I hear a woman saying that she “intimidates” men, this is what comes to mind. If you’re still finding that there isn’t one quality man in the world who wants a quality woman like you, I have to question something.First of all, you don’t want to be with a man who is intimidated by you. Just know that there ARE men out there who are looking for peers. I’ve had single parent clients find the love of their lives on Match.com, JDate and Nerve. But one thing I’ve learned from years of dating and dating coaching, is that there’s nothing to learn when placing the blame squarely on everybody else. There are quality men out there – even if they’re few and far between.I’m amazed at how many of them fall for the psycho Bs and drama queens.My last (short-term – I can’t find one healthy enough to become long term!Studies have shown that people in couples overestimate what they bring to relationships – their generosity, their emotional availability – because they are exclusively inside their own heads.
We remember our good deeds more than others’ good deeds. So am I saying that you, Joan, are anxious and negative? What I am saying is that you’re only seeing things from your own perspective. If you’ve gone out with a handful of guys who ended up with drama queens, that brings up a very obvious question: why would any man prefer a drama queen over you?
These are not the adjectives women use to describe themselves; these are the adjectives that men often use to describe you based on their own dating experiences.
A relevant aside: Last year, it dawned on me that for every “crazy girl” dating story I had, there was a woman on the other end who was telling her own version of the story, except that in her version, she’s the heroine and I’m the bad guy. It’s much easier to find fault in others than it is to find it in ourselves.
A number of them want younger women (never mind that I look much younger) – didn’t anyone tell these guys that women hit their sexual prime over 40:-)?
I’m besieged by the 50 set even though our lives are completely different (like my kids are young and theirs are grown and they don’t want anymore).
So Evan where can I find the emotionally available mentally healthy men who will appreciate a woman like me? Joan A very honest letter, Joan, which is particularly timely, given yesterday’s thematically similar posting. Now, by your estimation, there are no men out there who are either a) interested or b) qualified for a long-term relationship. And let’s delve into the assertion that “being a pretty, happy, vivacious ‘cool chick’ is a big negative strike against you. What is true is that your options are unfairly limited.