Are you over 50 and discouraged about dating again? Join us today for a discussion on what women need to know to seriously seek and find your soul mate after 50. You may just need a few expert tips on finding love again after 50 from the perspective of a man. Former fighter pilot turned love, sex, and relationship coach Frank Wiegers joins us from Top Gun Love with tips and advice on creating the relationship you always wanted. It’s never too late, as Frank attests both professionally and personally, having found his soul mate at the tender age of 62. Frank brings a wealth of knowledge and 30 years of experience to the conversation of finding love after 50. Enjoy and leave your comments and questions below!
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If your going to get married that many times ... just go ahead and be a player 50 + looking for your soul mate 5 years dating now your 55+ So divorced at 60 + I am guessing someone's making money on this deal.
How long should we wait? They've been married 12 years and still act like teenagers. Personally, I find it inspiring and hopeful for all of us. It's a matter of mindset and attitude. I prefer to wish them well, rather than to see if they will fail. I don't discount your opinion. I do get it! I just prefer the glass half full way of thinking.
Frank is very forthcoming about his past and the desire that drove him to "get it right" - the story of Frank and Judith is a great testament to finding love after 50 and way beyond. Thank you for your comment.
Dating is strictly a young person's game. There is perhaps nothing more pathetic than a middle aged divorced woman (except a middle aged divorced man). Women need to quit with the Prince Charming silliness that they need men to feel "complete." I have known of women getting involved with men who have absolutely nothing to offer a woman materially, and they are basically kept men for these women. Others are con artists. Not something to admire. There are far worse things in life than being alone.
I just turned 56 today, and have been divorced now for 8 years. i haven't even tried to date because I don't know of anyone who's had a successful 2nd Marriage. I've seen so many people getting married 2-3-4-5 times that I have ZERO desire to go through that kind of pain again. Once was enough.
I had a now ex-brother-in-law who had been married about 11 times when he got his tentacles into my sister, who got tired of being alone and fell for his smooth talk. She went into $60k in debt with this guy and later had to file for bankruptcy. They divorced--twice--and he is on his 13th or 14th wife. There are a lot worse things in life than being alone--I have never married and never shacked up with a man--and I think for most this "dating" nonsense after age 50, even age 40, is an exercise in futility. A woman can do a lot of other things than center her life around trying to get a man.
I do get how you feel, in fact I totally understand it - (this is Silke). I've been divorced twice, my second marriage lasted 25 years. I started over again at 51, I'm now 59 and have been in a committed relationship for over 5 years. While nothing is ever perfect, I'm grateful for all the wonderful times we've had and continue to have. I guess what I'm saying is, don't shut your heart down completely. You might be surprised what comes your way when you're not looking. :-)
So inspiring! But....I just don't want to go online; it's not something my beliefs will permit. I have friends who did the online and fb thing and they were all disasters. "He who finds a wife" not she who finds. Sooo, what do I do?
I know exactly how you feel, BUT I would suggest rethinking your point of view. If you are hesitant to assertively approach someone on-line, there are more timid ways to interact on line that don't make you seem like the aggressor. I cab also tell you that I met a GREAT guy on line, and we are now in a 5 year plus relationship. Two of my very best friends did as well, and there are many other success stories. I also understand that there are the disaster stories, but it is within our power to see the red flags and act accordingly. Bad relationships start just as often traditionally as they do online. Online just gives you so many more opportunities to meet people now. This is the world we live in. Maybe a coach like Frank would be a great help for you! Thanks for your comment and I wish you the best!
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