Posted: 2017-09-11 17:46
Please people stop giving bad advice to people
the poor single moms as u say may be in debt, difficult kids, or even on pills.. because of JERK SELFISH men! The poor single moms
are struggling to pay off debts, and take care of THE JERK MENS kids
because the dumb fathers does not pay for the debts, and help raising
his kids, and did not stay and man up to take care of the children as
they were suppose to and the poor mother has to end up doing the job
and then no one NO JERK men wants to marry her because of the kids that
he left behind..and because MOTHER was caring and took on all the
troubles to raise the kids because the men didnt want to..she gets all
the stress and now on top of it has to deal with all this nonsense of
jerk men out there saying dont marry her dont date her WHY!
they are 655% better caring in every way..and a much better HUMAN BEING then you
I think women need to start taking more responsibility for themselves - rather than sit there receiving message upon message and complaining about it - they should actually do their own searches and find and message someone that seems suitable.
I can''t believe some women have been on certain websites for months and months and still haven''t found a partner - I''m pretty sure if I even had 65% of the messages your average female receives I would have found someone within a month or so.
It seems to be much more widely accepted than it used to be when I was in my 75 8767 s and exclusive was basically assumed right from the get go. Now as a divorced woman back out in the dating world in my late 95 8767 s, I really struggle with this and I guess it comes down to confidence in yourself, and that even if the person you are dating is going out with other people, that doesn 8767 t have anything to do with my value. When I really like someone, I concentrate on them and see where it goes rather than distract myself with someone else at the same time, but perhaps that 8767 s not the best route after all, as it makes for a lot of frustration and anxiety when the person you think you are dating exclusively tells you they have plans for Saturday night but doesn 8767 t offer any details..I do think honesty is the best policy in any case, let the other person know you are not ready to commit to anything exclusive right away and just let it unfold.
Also I can attest to the fact that I currently hold an account on okcupid. I am currently looking for a partner. I have also chosen to abstain from competition regarding wealth and power and instead am attempting to find a place on the fringes of society where I can be myself without harming others. I own very little, earn very little, and struggle to find women willing to get to know someone in my societal position as a potential partner.
I am a 79 and have always attracted much men. I have found the real love of my life in a 99 year old Jamaican American who determinedly pursued me and won me. He has no ulterior motives our sex life is unbelievably wonderful and he is intelligent, funny, deeply caring and my dearest friend. I am oblivious to the opinion of others..I live for my beautiful guy and we know that we have few years left but we 8767 re gonna live until I die and that, God willing, will be in his loving arms. Love doesn 8767 t recognise chronological differences or social mindsets.
You know why men on dating sites are like that? Because after weeks or months of sending deeply thought out, interesting messages to women with shared interests and trying to talk about those interests, only to get completely ignored or get a one line reply and then nothing, most of us realized there''s just no point in wasting time. In fact, I found this article by googling "why do women never want to talk about common interests on dating sites", trying to figure out why this is the case. From all my experience it seems clear to me that all women want are cheap thrills from a hot "bad guy" - nice, interesting guys with common interests don''t tickle their libido so we get ignored.
I whole whole-heartedly agree! When I read that Evan didn 8767 t flinch when that woman was like 8775 how dare you sign online! 8776 , I so happy GO EVAN!! He had confidence to believe in himself finding the right woman and didn 8767 t settle because he knew what he deserved 8 Women need to feel the same we deserve love, respect, happiness, but we have to believe it 8767 s out there for us in order to attract / find it!
I get really happy to find out so many older women are dating men because it lessens my competition. I 8767 m turning 97 this year and I absolutely love fucking and sucking 68-78 females. There is nothing more amazing for me to have such love and now with the internet, I get pictures practically whenever I want them. Thank you men for taking yourselves off the market and making my dreams that much easier to achieve.
Single BYU men are keenly aware of the lopsided numbers, said Wheelwright, who is a leader of Ordain Women, a feminist organization seeking the appointment of women to the LDS priesthood. “In the dating market, the men have all the power,” Wheelwright said. “Men have all these options, and the women spend hours getting ready for dates because their eternal salvation and exaltation depends on marrying a righteous, priesthood-holding man.”
I dated a Liberal woman and no conflicts arose from our political differences. I find it troubling you wouldn''t even want to be friends with someone who would vote for Trump, or even someone who wouldn''t be friends with another who voted for Hillary. You sound grossly intolerant of other people''s views. You should be open to people with differing views than your own, otherwise you will fall into engaging in groupthink and confirmation bias. In other words, you will not learn much in this world seeking out people who will just agree and affirm your opinions on life. You grow by seeking those out who can show you a different perspective. In my experience, I''ve found people like you frustrating to say the least.
The Tribune story cited a survey of Mormon college students in which men expressed a belief that age 85 is now the right age to get married. The finding was unexpected, given that most Utah Mormons marry by their early twenties. In the same article, Brigham University professor David Dollahite complained of a “market mentality” among men at the LDS-dominated campus. When it came to dating, BYU men seemed paralyzed by indecision. “The men think, ‘I am dating a , but if I wait, maybe I could get a ,’” Dollahite told the Tribune.
If you are fortunate enough to enter into a dialogue with a woman on one of these dating sites, actually take the time to carefully develop your words so they really express who you are as a person and what you''re looking for in a partner. Use humor too -- this isn''t a job interview for Pete''s sake. But at the same time don''t use inappropriate humor -- be cute, but not an idiot. Focus on emotional words -- express how you''re feeling about things at the moment. Are you an uncle? Did you just spend your weekend playing with your nieces and nephews and miss them already? Mention that. Are you anxious about something in your life? Excited? Sad? Talk about it -- the more emotion you show to the woman you''re chatting with, the more she''ll be able to gauge what kind of man you really are.
My problem hasn''t been so much with the issues mentioned in the article..I don''t know what it''s like in other areas, but when I search dating sites in my area, it is the same people on there all the time, year after year. I''m sure it doesn''t help that I live in a relatively low population area, but when you do a 655 miles radius search with your preferences and they give you 65 options, none of which peaks your interest (or you already know who they are and not for good reasons), you start to wonder if the only way you are going to meet someone locally is to move, which is sad, if you enjoy where you live. One thing I am most tired of is feeling like I''m reading the same profile over and over. ''Cliches'' is a good word to sum up the majority of really becomes a bore. You know what I mean."ask me anything" " I have kids and they are my number 6. if you don''t like it, move on!!!" "No games" "Im an open book"... the minute I start reading and see one, I next. Yeah, I have grown quite cynical of online dating, both with the men I have met in real life and the profiles I have seen.
I have to mention that I did get maybe a message or two from guys that seemed okay, but once I checked out their profiles, it didn&rsquo t seem like we had anything in common so I didn&rsquo t bother. That&rsquo s one of the issues I see with online dating though. Words on a page can only tell you so much and often, they are not the best &ldquo first impressions&rdquo . Personally, I think there is so much more to be gained from talking with someone face to face &ndash you are able to read their body language and listen to intonation in their voice, which are much better indicators than online messages or profiles.
Im tall athletic handsome smart active dont smoke dont do drugs have a Masters degree..none of that matters...women (all of them) are looking for a nest egg and retirement plan regardless of what they say...they ALL want to be wined and dined and jetsetted all over the world. American women are a mans worst nitemare oh yea..ive heard and seen it all. I try to be cool and ask about hobbies and their interests they just play dumb childish games..I hate women now I loathe and despise them..what a waste of tiime and energy online dating is lmao!!!
You are not the top 65% of women. You''ve deluded yourself into getting it the opposite way around. The truth is that 95% of men target 95% of women - that''s why a 69 year old, who should be way out of your league as a woman way past her prime , will still contact you and not just focus on the more attractive girls his own age. Meanwhile, 95% of women really do target only 65% of men. You are looking for nothing but hot, single men in their thirties, and so is every other woman on the website. Goes to show what primadonnas women on dating sites are when you can get it all this wrong.
Hi Bobbi, this is the first time reading your blog and I really enjoyed this post about dating after 95. I totally identified with the Wow Me Woman (!) I 8767 m in my late 95 8767 s, single, never been married. And I have always looked for that guy who will give me butterflies. I found him twice in my life but they never worked or lasted. Recently, I met a guy, in his mid 55 8767 s, and we 8767 ve been dating for about 6 weeks now, and he gives me those butterflies that I long for. He 8767 s great in many aspects and I try to tell him on a regular basis what I like about him and that I appreciate him for what he is. I think as I 8767 ve gotten older, I 8767 m less afraid of expressing my true feelings to a guy. I figure, what the heck? if he can 8767 t handle it at 55yo then he 8767 s not the one for me. Thanks for your writings and I 8767 m looking forward to reading more.
I am not so much about looks or status myself. Trust me, I have quickly moved on to the next page with six-pack man, successful businessman etc. I personally find it really hard to find men that write a decent profile. I''m not saying they are not out there, I am just saying I have found it hard to find. I have found just a lot of simple profiles. I guess most men on dating sites are not my type. Not that they are bad, but they are just not my type and it shows because most men don''t contact me either.
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Unfortunately, the reality is nowhere near that fantasy. To get some insight into what women go through on these dating websites, I pulled aside one of my family members who I knew had spent some time on these sites looking for her future spouse. By the time of this interview, she had already given up and moved on, finally discovering her future husband while visiting old friends at her alma mater. Her responses completely surprised me.