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If you have a friend and all they do is bringing negative energy into your life get rid of them. From experience, I've notice that the more you let these people into your life the will hurt you. It's very hard to get rid of toxic people but you have to do it some how. Still in the process but I know I will succeed.
Dating is not always easy and finding an interesting person to even consider dating is often challenging enough as it is. So when we do find someone interesting enough, we often hold on to them, with the hope that the connection will grow into something special. The question you need to ask yourself however, is: How special is the connection between you and this “interesting” person?
Judging from the images the popular media puts forth, you'd think sex was only for 20-somethings. Nothing is further from the truth. Sex at midlife and beyond is a subject mired in confusion and misinformation. Here are some common myths, and the straight story about sex after 50.
You've been betrayed. The person that's supposed to be your best friend, the one you trusted most, has lied to you, cheated on you and shattered your life as you know it - leaving you angry, shocked, afraid and with no self confidence what so ever. It's a horrible feeling. The foundation of your marriage - fidelity and trust - is now broken. This is probably the biggest crisis that a relationship can go through.
When I was a little girl, I dreamed about how I was going to meet the guy of my dreams. Listen up because this one is a doosey. See, I had dreams of being an actress slash singer slash writer slash director slash producer slash president of the screen actor's guild. My husband? He was going to be the star in one of the many many movies I was going to write, direct, produce, and star in. At first, we were going to hate each other, but then we would fall head over heels and marry four months later. All of this was going to happen before the age of 21.
It wasn't uncommon for my ex and I to fight in supermarket aisles. Grocery shopping, cooking, eating out — it was always potentially fraught with tension. But we didn't argue about the typical dining dilemmas, like where to go eat or who's turn it was to cook dinner. We fought because The Ex was a vegan, macrobiotic foodie who was quite vocal about other people's (and by that, I mean MY) food choices.
It happens in so many later-middle-age relationships: The man, a few years older than the woman to begin with, shows signs of aging at a faster pace than the woman does, leaving her frustrated on a number of levels. If this is simply a dating couple, and the woman isn't fully committed to the relationship, she may bolt at this point. If they're a married (or live-together) couple, breaking up for this reason is unlikely but not unheard of. Most women, though opt for less extreme solutions…while others simply sigh in resignation or grouse to their friends. Fortunately there are some answers.
Here's the challenge: In the month of July, I challenge you to ask and go out on at least 10 dates with 10 different men. Yes, you read that correctly, you (the woman) must initiate and ask 10 men on dates. If you do, I predict, your dating life will change, possibly forever.
Recently I've been coping with the aftermath of a breakup—not a separation from my significant other, mind you, but from my waxist. Our split was not for lack of compatibility. She works at an athletic club where my husband and I discontinued our membership for budgetary concerns. I knew I would miss my go-to gal, but I frankly I didn't realize quite how much. And I suspect my husband, ahem, misses her too.