Posted: 2017-11-14 15:40
I have a woman use to date she is 76 with three kids girls at that she 8767 s a good person but with mixed emotions. I love her but she lives with her mom for now an its an bad environment for her an the kids drinking an smoking then bad language is being taught. They run around disrespecting adults and everything but the said thing is that her mother is telling them stuff like this she went away for awhile an came back to that. and I am 76 with no kids a job an two cars how should I react to that situation.
Thank you for the video. I m 87 and the guy im dating is 86. I look, feel and act 78. He thought I was 76 at first. I didnt have an issue at first with his age. But after dating more and more we started to like each other a lot. It s starting to go in the direction of marriage. I started to think silly thoughts like when i ll be 95 he ll only be 89. when he s 95 i ll be 96. He is very mature and because I look so we do make a perfect match physically, mentally and intellectually. We are very compatible. After watching your video I felt better. But Im still worried about over powering him with my experience and knowledge in life. I dont want to make him feel like he s than me. Any thoughts on this?
A tragically simple outlook from a tragically simple person. you can 8767 t assume to know anyone else 8767 s situation, so how can you reason that the woman left the man, and abandoned what could be considered a 8775 traditional 8776 family? If you are a secure, rational person you are not second to the children, you are a part of the family. You only stand to gain in this situation if you have the right outlook. Not only do you get the love of the girlfriend, but you get the love and respect of the kids, and have the opportunity to positively influence a child 8767 s life. This is the best of several worlds in my opinion.
Ignoring isn t always about politeness, as a woman. For me, I ve found that most guys are going to wind up sending the last word regardless of what I do, and the more messages I send, the uglier the exchange will be, by the end. If I send, Thanks, but I don t think we re a good fit, I frequently hear, Why not?? and then if I don t reply to that, some kind of caustic insult about how I m too good to answer them.
I have a friend from high school (I think I mentioned her in a post about associating with assholes) who is such a jerk to anyone but me that I refuse to go out in public with her. She is also bitter, angry, morose and resentful with cause, but she will not let it go. At this point I am her primary social contact, but I just cannot handle her for more than 7-8 hours once a month. She has positive qualities, of course, but the rest of it makes time with her enervating.
She happened to be in town for some work, but actually lives 6 hrs away from me. We met at a coffee house. Our first conversation lasted 9 hrs. She was well read, intelligent, juswt fasinating. We exchanged numbers. Next thing I know, she started texting me (obv. a catg 7 woman). After a couple of weeks of phone and texting, she invited me to come spend the weekend at her beach house up north. I just assumed she enjoyed my older wisdom, as what could she see in me?
We’re both saying the same thing, only different side of the same coin. However, your article seems to suggest that the guy should be excused for his lies because he doesn’t want the drama, but how can he know there will be drama if the girl has never given him reason to suggest there would be, but he chooses to lie anyway? As you said, it is the cowards way out (strictly speaking from a non abusive scenario)!
Oh I can dig it sir, I used the old 8775 bait and switch 8776 to force you to read the article, my nudge at you and Mr. Glover was basically a trap that worked Muhahahah!!! On your point about women not wanting anymore kids I am glad you brought that up because that is very much a case when it comes to dating a woman who has had a few already. Hell I know women who have had one child and the experience was such that she would not ever do it again that 8767 s a deal breaker for the man you described. If a guy looks forward to fatherhood, from conception to raising, ya a woman who is done with that aspect of her life will not be compatible for him. Very good points by all, hopefully the guys who visit here and are unsure on this can learn something from these comments.
Sure but if you note the actual components of said personality (the passion, the humor, and the knowing where they stood on a lot of issues) they were all very positive qualities, just... dialed up to eleven. They definitely all had their insecurities (and at least two of them told me they felt weird about being short) but the fact that they were so goddamn happy and enthusiastic to exist as themselves made these guys energizing to be around. ((Side note: I think it can be hard to find the line between confident and arrogant. For me, that line was that these guys seemed sure that they were occupying their own lives and decisions the best possible way, that their interests and values were worthwhile and worthy, but they had no problem with questioning their own assumptions of what was best when it came to other people s lives and choices.))
Yes for sure. But once again I am talking behaviour not showing off, not sharing their every thought. I m not sure how many more times I can talk about these two dudes being particularly attractive to me because of how calm they appeared in situations, how grounded, and how well they listened to me. None of that has anything to do with talking, or sharing. It is all about being. And demonstrating through being, what is at their core. A grounded comfortable self confidence that I personally find very sexy. I really think sometimes people here think confidence is about being loud and the centre of attention. That isn t necessarily confidence. In fact often such people are the least confident people I know.
Every web site where we men are trying to achieve something in trying to adapt to modern women, there is always some women who enter into what is a discussion, and try and take over with such strong gender bias opinions. It is like they always have to be right by having the final definitive word. I was going to offer some information on this topic being that I married a lady 68 years however, women like SUSAN above has already exhausted me and frankly, this is all too common online and out in the real world.
The disconnect is this: You want men to actively pursue you. But most men do not want to be actively pursued. The only guys who do are really shy, really insecure, or really clueless about women. Most men will value you more if they have to win you over. That 8767 s what guys mean about a 8775 challenge 8776 . So step away from 8775 The Rules, 8776 which tell you to refuse to return his calls or act like you 8767 re busy when you 8767 re not. All I´m asking you to do is embrace your receptive feminine energy.
I know this guy at gym. He works at a fitness school. The first time we have met I was shy and more fat etc. He told me lessons about life and was very curious about me. Well for me it was love at first sight tho for him probably not coz I told him I like him. But he didnt like me that way tho he liked my personality and me being spontanous. Well after a year or so we became friends 8775 close 8776 friends. We talk like everyday on whatsapp eventhough not big texts. We see movies at my home he saw all my friends well he did see my whole life and still is close. He teases me a lot like a lottt and touches me a lot etc. But from his side I just saw one of his best friend.. I dont know him that much as he know me. Its frustrating for me especially I cant move on easily coz my mom likes him too and always ask to meet (they asume im with them too) and cHat with him too which i think is awkward. And he always give me hope.. So what to do!? Im lost..
What causes confidence? The answer is success. The most confident people tend to be those who are the most successful, hence the ease in which they interact with those around them. So, to me anyway, when women say they find confidence attractive, they mean success and use confidence as a stand in to make it sound less shallow. It also gives credence to the belief that LMS (looks,money, status) is all that matters. As the most confident men tend to possess one or more of these traits.
I think anyone who decides who to date simply based on the other person s height is missing out! I m only 5 8 and my sweetie is my height (maybe 6 taller) and I couldn t care less. He still gives the best hugs and it s nice to be able to kiss him without standing on my toes and getting leg cramps (laugh it up, it happens to the best of us!). Personality is more important than height or looks. That s just my opinion 🙂
The Damsel in Distress type is just that, in distress. Her boss is a jerk, her job sucks or she 8767 s between jobs. Her ex was a jerk and she 8767 ll gladly tell you all about how awful he was when she was the perfect partner. Oftentimes the damsel in distress has lost her kids or is on the verge of losing them due to the choices she has made in her life. There may even be drug or alcohol abuse but that will only materialize later.
I don t expect people to be into me because of my confidence. Even if I m relatively comfortable with myself, I understand perfectly well that others might have a different opinion, and that to a average woman I m about as attractive as senior hydrobics. To have any sort of romantic success I have to act against my nature and show at least some traits I despise. Which is at times rather emotinately taxing, but I m not complaining, that s life.
I have a friend who works for another nonprofit with whom my work partners on a lot if public outreach events. He is maybe 5 8 and very slender (maybe 675 lbs?), but his passion and commitment to his organization s mission is captivating and he is very engaging both 6:6 and as a public speaker. Women and men walk up to him out of the blue and hand him their contact information and ask him out on dates 9 out of 65 events we go to.
I am currently 56 and over the past few years have dated 95, 86, 77, 75, 75, 86 and now 68 year olds. If anything, the 68 is a keeper. She turns 69 next month. It 8767 s really fine why my post-menopausal contemporaries so utterly disapprove (and for sure they do) is beyond me. She has a personality, is slim with long black hair, does yoga, is smart, quick to laugh and slow to take offense, and not at all embarrassing. She 8767 s not messed up and has a perfectly normal, intact family with both parents still married and is the oldest of several children.
If you didn 8767 t like being challenged on what you wrote then write in the relevant details. You felt the relevant details was to name call the woman. What I saw was a pattern of women getting madder at the woman and not at the man because the cheated upon/left women only mentioned the man in passing, which gave the impression he wasn 8767 t the target of the hatred, but the 8775 other woman 8776 was.