Are you curious about other readers of this blog and what prompts them to read about dating, sex, and life in your 60s?
After all, it’s comforting to know you are not the only person faced with particular concerns.
“EJ” was always the guy people counted on—smart, driven, loyal. Needless to say he was devastated when his first marriage turned into a mess.
It gave him a sense of purpose, made him feel good.
“Coffee meets Bagel scammers” was the next most popular search and the post on this topic was one of my most viewed.
This might be a warning to those of you on this dating site.
Picking up people at bars for example could potentially be dangerous.
If you have agreed to meet someone that you've met from online dating, bring a buddy along the first few times, and go to a public place.
I believe that fear is the main culprit that holds us back from not only healing and letting go of our pain, but also from moving forward into a new life. The trauma of divorce re-activates and exacerbates deep seeded beliefs about ourselves that we have held onto for years. We don’t know what will happen tonight let alone next month or next year.
Make sure you feel like a "whole person" before you begin to date again.
You want to have something to offer the other person in the dating experience.
It has been over a year since I’ve looked at the search terms that bring people here.
Let’s catch up over some spring minestrone verde with pistachio pesto and see what’s on readers’ minds (with my comments, of course).