So — two people who love the same things will also love each other? I’m not so sure. I can’t think of a single romance novel in which the heroine exclaims, “He’s just the man for me — we both like camping, antiques, and cats!”How To Find A Good Man, What Senior Men Want, What Senior Women Want | 8 Comments
So what if his wardrobe’s left over from the 70s? Warmth and generosity of spirit are the things you want in your senior man, and if they come wrapped in polyester shirts or biker jackets, it’s not time to frown. It’s time to count your blessings.How To Find A Good Man, What Senior Men Want, What Senior Women Want | 10 Comments
Success in flirting with a senior man depends on poise, self assurance, and patience.How To Find A Good Man, Senior Men Whimsy, What Senior Men Want, What Senior Women Want | 12 Comments
Choose an online dating site carefully. The best, most reliable sites give you a pre-signup look at photos and profiles. Here are some tips you can use to maximize your chances of making a match with someone who counts. You’re looking for more than a warm body, aren’t you?Dating Gallery | 3 Comments
Some older men have an over-the-top aversion to women who lie about their age. This offense seems to rank up there with murder and incest. Do they tell the truth about their height? Not usually.How To Find A Good Man, What Senior Women Want | 6 Comments
The online dating profiles of senior men will variously enchant or deter you. Sometimes the ugh! factor will hit you in a matter of seconds. Sometimes you’ll be beside yourself with the joy of finding a profile that sparks recognition, a glimmer of hope.Dating Gallery, Dealing With Debacles | 9 Comments
This is the least romantic first-date invitation I’ve ever had, so astonishingly terrible that I had to say yes. I’m curious about how Dr. Shrink will behave.Dating Gallery, How To Find A Good Man | 10 Comments
Be original when you contact somebody. Don’t ever write “I like your photos, you are so hot!” That is SO offensive (not to say low class). Always write something in your introductory email that shows you’ve read his profile.