60 plus sex dating
Kate Mc Guinness is a lawyer who spent 17 years at Biglaw before becoming the general counsel of a Fortune 500 corporation.— As a dating coach for single women over 40, one of the first questions I ask a client is, “What’s your biggest problem in dating? I recently asked a group of about 300 single, divorced, and widowed women over 40 what their biggest problems were in dating. They want to be appreciated for more than their bodies.” I want to know what they’ve tried and what their struggles are. I wanted to see how many struggled with the same issues. So guys, please pay attention to more than the boobs and the butt. Those things are far more important than a Harvard or Yale degree, or whether or not he speaks Mandarin. Their answers help me tailor a program that helps them attract their ideal match. But when a man rushes sex, women often feel objectified.I’m in my 60s and have found mortality weighs more heavily in this decade.When I read the obituary of someone who died in his or her 70s, I find myself silently asking, “Isn’t that unusually young to die?
Would you rather crash and burn or have a slow sizzle that bursts into hot flames over time? That’s why people drop billions of dollars a year on a quest for everlasting youth through makeup, beauty treatments, botox, and face lifts. The men I’ve spoken to care less about how much a woman weighs and more about how much a woman loves her body. So, if you’re a larger woman, take good care of your body and flaunt it, sista! I know many really smart people, including my son, who don’t have high degrees, and many people with a Ph. There are fewer dating issues when you can communicate your wants and needs clearly and have confidence and self-respect.If I only have another 10 or 15 years left, I refuse to spend them in a situation that makes me unhappy.The partner we chose in our 20s or 30s may not be the one we find satisfying in our 60s.But that doesn’t mean they’re uninterested in male companionship or dating. Perhaps, as Katharine Hepburn suggests, one who “lives next door and just visits now and then.” I especially hope that man will visit my bedroom. The prospect of a vigorous romp is appealing, but it’s become fraught with concern.As I’ve grown older, good health becomes more precious and a blessing never to be taken for granted.