She mistrusts men and often blames herself for the rejection she’s felt, believing that she just wasn’t good enough.
She says things like “I need him to say he wants a relationship, and then I’ll open up,” or “Once he gets to know me, he probably won’t like me.”The Scaredy Cat may put her guy through lots of tests before she feels confident that he’s truly interested.
I’ve talked to countless single men over the years about their experiences with women, especially those in midlife and beyond.
Here are some of their stories of dating after 40; dating that never turned into relationships, this is.
You are much better off speaking your mind, as that will significantly increase your chances of finding a reader who will relate and agree with what you say.
So, here is the profile that I simply had to post here.
), I make it a point to find the time for doing the things I like and spending the time with people who I care about, and I absolutely refuse to become a salve of my work or other obligations.
The Princess has an “I deserve it” attitude and has little or no concern for how she can make the other person happy.
When he passes those tests or shows he has feelings for her, she questions it and might up the ante.
She picks fights, picks the wrong guys, or maneuvers relationships to end because it gives her control.
By default, she clings to the same type of guy she wanted in high school or college. (See the Wow Me Woman below.)The nice, relationship-minded men get quickly discarded by the 18-year-old.
Try as he might, the 60-year-old fabulous guy can’t measure up to her expectations because she’s looking for a man who doesn’t exist.