There are many misconceptions about dating after age 50. Susan Alper, a professional matchmaker, shares lessons she has learned when it comes to dating after 50. Love is still possible and there is someone for everyone.
Valentines Day has become so commercialized that men and women are overcome with anxiety, stress, worry, guilt or simply avoidance of potentially not meeting the expectations of a loved one. YIKES! And, if there is no loved one, then what? Is there something wrong with us? Are we unlovable? Unworthy? Unlucky? I’m here to declare NONE OF THAT! Ultimately, we simply are not in the right place at the right time—yet! “Well, that’s just great,” you say.
Are you filling your bag with gadgets each day? People keep their laptops, media player, iPad, or even tablet with them when they are away from home or have to work 24/7. These things along with a mobile phone are obvious things to carry with them. On the other hand, when they are at home, they prefer using their games console, digital camera, or any other gadget they have whenever they will get a chance. More gadgets more damage chances
Like most women who are single well into their 20s, I felt pressured by girlfriends who insisted, "Everyone wants to get married" and, "You’re just saying you don’t care because you haven’t been proposed to yet." Then it happened: Andy and I became engaged. Not only did I get a beautiful ring and a partner for life, but I also got a serious status upgrade. Society sees marriage as the ultimate maturity gauge — for better or for worse.
Are you a single woman in the market for a husband? Everyone defines what it takes for a man to be husband material differently, although there are some basic similarities for sure.
When looking for a true life partner, what are the most important qualities he/she should possess? Is it attractive looks, a great personality, a solid professional life or something else? Dating Resolutions: 7 Qualities Of An Ideal Partner [EXPERT]
Beloved, you are the love of my life and I'm grateful for each day with you. Our relationship is the most important part of my life and I am committed to being together forever. Though we are surrounded by cynicism and challenges, I resolve to love you and be with you for the rest of my life. Through our relationship we will nurture each other and make the world a more loving and positive place for ourselves, our family, and everyone we share this planet with. Five Promises to My Beloved
Find out your deep desire for finding a partner so you can avoid making a poor choice in love. Some women look at being single as something to fix. After age 25 and your friends all start to marry, the process of filling that perceived hole in your life begins. Family, friends and co-workers ask if you are dating someone and it feels like something is wrong if you are not in a relationship. You get drawn into the need to find a man that you find it silly to answer the question, “Why do you want love?”
After the television cameras faded to black and the limelight went dim, Cutie and his lover quietly crept off to the alter to tie the knot and make their union official. On Tuesday, the displaced priest (who because he has not been formally removed by the Vatican is still technically a Catholic priest) married his long-time girlfriend of two years, Ruhama Canellis, reports the Associated Press.
Sure, you may be comfortable posting your profile on one of the myriad dating sites that your friends are buzzing about. Now, let's spice up the equation. How about if your parents, let's say your mom, for instance, wanted to post your profile on a matrimonial Web site. Would that fly?
Is traditional marriage really on its last legs these days? Hell, I don't know. But I do know this: Ideas and suggestions for couples interested in an alternative to life-long monogamy seem to be all around us in the 21st century. I think that's a good thing, and I think it's an honest way to begin a life-long partnership.