Dating over 40 book
During this meeting, the woman was excitedly presenting her mother with an e-reader.
After the present was unwrapped, the woman proceeded to thoughtfully explain to her mother about how to use her e-reader, dealing with the wireless connection, etc.
; buy now at Powell’s This 1975 eyewitness account by Norman Mailer of the so-called “Rumble in the Jungle,” in which heavyweight champion George Foreman defended his title from challenger Muhammad Ali, is packed with more drama than anything Hollywood has given us. And if you’re in the market for a great guy read right now, check out this wonderfully heartfelt essay from David Halberstam, titled “How to Find Your True Purpose in Life.” ; buy now at Target Speaking of fights….
This novel by Chuck Palahniuk is a quick read, but it’ll have you seriously rethinking all the priorities in your life.
Last week, I was sitting in a hotel lobby waiting to meet with a friend.
As I waited, I noticed a woman having coffee with her mother.
There are certain things we may assume about this woman.
We have to ask ourselves: What is it like to be her? Telling the 40-plus, single woman what she's doing wrong and expecting her to be with someone she doesn't want to be with, telling her that the solution to her problem is going to a bar or a spinning class to meet her potential partner or telling her that no man wants a woman so set in her ways doesn't do a damn thing to make that woman happier. _____________________________________________________ I hope you will join me on Facebook and follow me on Twitter.
There must be no other reason that she's single, right?
And how do we support these women when they express their frustration to us about loneliness or their struggle to find good men to be with?
Sure, some of these women may be stubborn and set in their ways, but men that age are often set in their ways, too.
That's what happens when we get older; we often become more rigid as a consequence of realizing what works and what doesn't work for us.