They want to meet someone but also want to stay in their cosy safe spot – their comfort zone.” Lisa agrees, stating that, “You think you’re coming to the table as less than perfect, but we forget how awesome we are at 50.” But despite these worries, Caroline has said that she found that; “Women who are 50 are much more open and honest.
“That there aren’t any eligible single men left (there are!), that no men will be interested in them, that they aren’t in shape, and a fear of rejection.We find in this age group men and women are more likely to go on second and third dates with someone, as they’re more willing to take the time to get to know someone.” Perhaps life experience really can help contribute to a better dating life…So what Caroline says, “We at Mutual Attraction find that women who haven’t really dated before (because they’ve been married for years previously, for example) are either totally petrified at the thought of it, incredibly excited, or more commonly a combination of both.” “I would encourage women who haven’t dated before to just really embrace it, to say yes to meeting new people and new opportunities, and to enjoy it.We have all heard about how easy it is for a man to start dating in his fifties and how there are plenty of women to choose from. Early 30’s and never been married – these women must have “daddy issues”.
Their desire to be with men 15-20 years their senior means they are looking for someone to take care of them both financially and personally.
They won’t be interested in pumping your ego or making you feel young.
Rather they will be someone who will have realistic expectations of you and be accepting of who you are at this time of your life.
They will want to grow old with you and have an age appropriate relationship with you.
From my experience there are few men who are looking to date their contemporaries.
Sheryl Crow and Sandra Bullock are just two of the fabulous, single women in their 50s.