Each discussion was unique in its own way, but, I have to be honest that I have a special place in my heart for my interview with dating coach, David Wygant.Since many of the people in our Boomerly community are looking for a romantic partner in their 50s or 60s, I wanted to share this interview with all of you here.The key is learning to come into your true feminine power…one that compliments a man’s masculine power. On the big screen, they show us men like Tom Cruise’s character in the movie, .When you do, he’ll jump through hoops to make you happy. Think back to when he professed his love with the romantic words, “You complete me.” Real men show you their love by cutting your grass and giving you their coat when you’re cold.In addition, the very concept of what was attractive was also drilled into our young brains, and unfortunately, what was considered attractive was informed by racism, ableism, ageism, and cis-gendered heterosexuality.Even more unfortunate, the competition increased as girls became women.David is refreshingly (brutally) honest about the dating challenges and opportunities that we face as we get a little older. Please don’t forget to add your over 50 dating questions in the comments section and I will see if I can get David to answer them. For example, during our interview, David admits that men have a preference for younger women, but, he says that this shouldn’t be a reason to stay out of the dating game. According to David, the great majority of men just want to feel sexy and honored.
That’s why I wrote these 8 tips about men you can use right away in your own dating life. They don’t think like women nor do they communicate like women.
But, if you want to hear a brutally honest, smile-inducing take on finding romance in your 50s and 60s, I guarantee you will enjoy our discussion. After you watch the video, please join the conversation at the bottom of this page.
Please note that this video was originally recorded for the Sixty and Me community, but, the content is applicable to all women over 50.
Most single women 50 are no longer interested in marriage but do want to date and eventually have a relationship, according to a recent study.
“Jumping back into the dating pool is never easy but with a few tips anyone can be successful,” according to New York City’s sought after anti aging coach, Andrea Warshaw Wernick.