Seventy-five percent of women and 81 percent of men say that they are experiencing dating success.
My advice is to get out there, but avoid these common mistakes I see women make after divorce.
Give yourself the freedom of a little time and make sure your past is firmly in the past, along with the infamous “bitterness baggage,” before giving love a second chance. No, you don’t have to make every date a group date; just make sure you have good friends in your corner. Let the people nearest and dearest to you encourage and support you as you dive back into the dating game. Take a new class, get a new haircut, and eat healthier than ever.
You’ll need their shoulders to cry on, and their wisdom and listening ears to help you navigate this exciting new chapter. With the life changes you’ve gone through, make sure you’re taking the time to focus on you. Dress in a way that makes you feel good about what you see in the mirror.
The last time you had a first date, you wore jackets with shoulder pads and permed your hair.
According to a recent article on Match.com, single boomers over fifty years old are enjoying the benefits of their new status.
Divorce is one of the most traumatic events we go through, and when we reach the proverbial "light at the end of the tunnel," many of us feel that little spring in our step and start to think about dating again.So how can you make post-divorce dating—whether you're looking for a good time or a good (relationship-minded) man—less daunting?