3 Mistakes Women (Over 40) Make When Dating

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Let me start by clarifying that both women and men of ALL ages make a LOT of mistakes when dating (myself included back when I was single). But this video is focused on you ladies in your 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond.

When you’re dating later in life, your lifestyle has probably changed, your priorities have dramatically shifted, and the man you’re looking to attract may be different too. But what I’ve noticed with my clients is that these changes cause women over 40 to date differently than they did in their 20s.

Now, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. You might be a lot clearer on what you want now. You might have a lot more on your plate. And therefore, you might be more intentional and focused when it comes to dating.

But what you don’t want to do is lose the magic of meeting someone new, connecting with them, and flirting. Just because you’re older now, it doesn’t mean that dating can’t still be this beautiful, fun experience that you get to enjoy.

Here are the 3 most common dating mistakes women over 40 make.

Make these three small shifts and watch how your dating experience transforms.

You’ll have a more positive outlook on dating as an older woman. You’ll find yourself drawing more of the kind of men you want to meet into your world. Dating will finally feel fun again and fill you with excitement and wonder. And this is what you deserve.

Sound good?

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Make sure you watch the video through to the end and make a note of these three mistakes so you can be mindful of them as you move forward on your dating journey.

Your Coach,

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Bethany
1 year ago

Dependable!

Thanks Adam!

Barb
1 year ago

emotional availablilty

Jill
1 year ago

Integrity

Jan
1 year ago

Fun!

Pam Wright
1 year ago

I’m much more confident and secure in myself at 62 than I was in my twenties.

1 year ago

Love it, thank you!

4Ronique
1 year ago

There’s somethings about the “happiness of the eyes”…really..they say the eyes are the window of th r soul…over the years..I’ve seen this to be true

Letty
1 year ago

Equally engaged into the relationship, it’s the little things that count.

Colleen
1 year ago

Some one who has my back

agrey
1 year ago

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Elaine Bosco
1 year ago

I am looking for first and foremost honesty

1 year ago

I’m a 72 year old widow. I don’t look it but I am. I need a man who is HONEST. I’ve met plenty on line and they all turn out to be fake. Fake pictures fake names fake stories. I’d love to meet a real man who will be easy going, like to do things together and is not afraid of intimacy. One who likes conversation and is open about their feelings like I am. Does such a man exist??? I’m ready to give up. Thanks for all your great advice!!! It really helps.

Larissa
11 months ago

Thank you!

Larissa
11 months ago

Love for God and love for me

Lois
11 months ago

Where is the article about Dating Older Women? I’m 68 but look, feel and act 10-15 years younger. Many men my age act and essentially are REALLY OLD! J’despair!

Dee
9 months ago

Honesty and engagement in the relationship makes the relationship and me a priority

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