Back when you were in your teens or early 20s, you probably didn't date all that much.
Chances are, you were in an environment like high school or college that was filled with men and women who were single and young just like you.
If you aren't yet capable of being in a loving relationship then the two of you are doomed.
You will most likely implode emotionally and take it out on the person you love.
You hung out together, playing, talking and really getting to know each other before you fell in love and chose to marry.
Fast forward to today when one out of four over-50 marriages is ending in divorce.
Because what I believe about finding the love of your life is this:.
What they can't do is tell you exactly how to attract, date and keep a man at this time in your life.
“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.” ~Carl Jung Often when people want a new relationship, they either look for someone to complete them or they imagine sharing their life with someone just like them.
So they try to present themselves in the best possible light for their imagined future partner—either as one perfect half of a whole or as an ideal version of what they believe their future partner will want.
What I discovered was that I had to learn to be whole.
And when I started to work on that, my life changed.