Dating men in their 40s

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You’re smart enough to know that begins with choosing the right dating sites.And it couldn’t be easier since all the hard work’s been done for you.Here’s what his team had to say about being in relationships with men over 40: They value acts of kindness.Molloy states that 62 percent of men polled said they “were originally attracted to their fiancée because she was congenial, agreeable, relaxed and easy to get along with” (158).I spend a good 45 minutes of my morning, five days a week, on an elliptical machine or stair-climber at my local gym.Usually, there’s a book of some sort blocking my view of how much time I have left because, as you know, watching the time on that clock run down on the “fat burner” cycle is like watching paint dry.Here’s the deal: being trim or athletic comes in all shapes and sizes.Before you get upset with how “ridiculous” this supposed standard of physical attractiveness seems, keep in mind that most of us would view managing your health, taking care of yourself and putting your best foot forward where your appearance is concerned as attractive.

I know, I know – “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and there are guys out there who love big women, thick women, athletic women, curvy women, etc.They no longer feel comfortable in the singles scene (bars, parties, etc.), so they tend to slip into monogamy soon after a relationship starts and settle into a comfortable place.It doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re a priority or that he’s committed to advancing the relationship towards marriage.Men in this age bracket respond to your genuine care for the welfare of others – and especially notice the small ways you care for him, in particular.(Ladies, when the flu hits, I’ve learned that a home-delivered care package of homemade soup, a bottle of OJ, vitamin C, Kleenex and cough drops speaks volumes.

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