That means that there are more people out there like you. While it is true that those in midlife probably have more complicated lives—an ex (or two or three), children and relationship wounds—many of the folks will be wiser, more mature and will have a healthier perspective on what really matters in life than their younger counterparts.
You Will Need Patience and Perseverance I tell people that if you hate dating, date more.
Don't just head straight for your type when you go to date again. Try dating people you may have said no to before, and broaden your categories for a while until you have an idea of exactly what you want. If you are fortunate enough to find someone who fits well with you, make sure you treat him or her better than your past partners!
Mc Clain reminds us that it's "better to celebrate what we've found than to lament what we've lost."If you find love again, grab it eagerly with both hands and cherish it with everything you have!
If you are there already and having fun, chances are you're in the right spot!
Jason Mc Clain, urges you to reach out before dating and spend time with a good counselor or best friend to air out your feelings.Whatever stage you are in - mating or simply fun dating - just enjoy it!Don't worry too much about where it is going or if you are where you are supposed to be. But with the prospect of growing old alone, many people over the age of 45 ultimately start to actively date in the hopes of meeting a suitable companion.It used to be that only "losers" had to look online for a mate.