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leanna5ParticipantNovember 5, 2017 at 6:23 am #155105
I’m in my mid 50s. Divorced 6 years after a long mostly good marriage.
I’ve been online dating for years now with no luck.
In part its been my own fault—too picky. Not that I wanted to be picky, it was just how I felt.
Now that I feel more open, I’m afraid I’m doomed.
Its mostly the same guys on the dating websites that have also been there for years.
Its not that they’ve asked me out and I’ve rejected them (they have not), its just that they’ve seen me there again and again quite literally for years.
I hear that men only like “high status” women. Obviously a woman who has been looking for a partner for years can’t be high status.
What can I do?
I’m not unattractive physically (men who actually know me have told me that I”m actually ‘hot,’ despite being middle aged), but men in their 50s seem totally uninterested in me.
bittybuffParticipantNovember 22, 2017 at 3:09 pm #157254
Men in their 50’s are hopeful they can get a 30-something because despite them ageing, their minds are still that of a 28 year old.
My mother had a really difficult time and found herself single at the age of 52 and she is now 63 and only just in a relationship she sees lasting.
please don’t give up hope – you are young! There is time and don’t settle. You will find someone because he’s currently out there looking for you!
You need to open yourself to letting positivity in and maybe join a group or a hobby that you like doing because guaranteed someone will know someone and your paths will cross somehow.
I’m no expert so I just want you to know that I believe he’s out there, you just need to be in the right mindset to allow him to find you…?
MerlinParticipantNovember 27, 2017 at 8:24 am #157295
Ahh, you’re young yet. Go on LOTs of dates. Have LOTs of fun, there are way more guys looking than gals, you’ll find someone.
daleParticipantJanuary 2, 2018 at 5:38 pm #161307
go to a gym work out talk to people get back in to living again the right person will come along
chantelbrownParticipantJanuary 17, 2018 at 12:49 am #162604
There are multiple soul mates out there for you, so don’t worry.You just haven’t found yours yet. They always say you find love when you least expect it, and that you won’t find it if you are looking for it.
mr bannyParticipantJanuary 17, 2018 at 5:08 am #162608
i think once you see a man you like that is of the same age grade with you,approach him and tell him your mind for there is nothing to be ashame off.I tell men of your age will definitely understand.
kaitlynlily6ParticipantJanuary 17, 2018 at 12:17 pm #162640
Don’t despair. My Aunt, a divorcee found her mate in one of the sites at afriendrfinder site. She is 48 and met the guy at mid 50’s. Maybe you just haven’t found the right person yet, stay hopeful.
mrjohnnyParticipantJanuary 17, 2018 at 4:14 pm #162662
Look the trick is to get out there and enjoy life on your own terms. When you do this you will be surprised how many people will come into your circle. So go out and do you but keep an open eye out for a potential mate at the same time. That way you aren’t obsessing over not having anyone at the moment. Just my two cents. Good luck in the search.
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