Women ask me all the time about what they're supposed to do about the men out there who say they only want younger women in their profiles.
I remember seeing it too but I never let it stop me from favoring a man and it shouldn't stop you either.
In fact, most men who are looking for a long term, committed relationship do want a woman with similar life experience, which often actually means a lady closer to their own age.
Not only I was wrong, I did better in my 30s than I did in my 20s.You must have a fantastic picture that makes you look like you have great energy and are fun.Your profile has to trigger a man's heart to say, and her mission is to help as many women around the world as she can discover how to have fun dating and finding their Mr. To get your FREE Report, "5 Little Known Secrets To Find A Quality Man," visit that are prescribed for stroke issues and heart issues can have devastating effects on sexual functioning," explains Dr.His girlfriend now is about a year older than he is.He told me the problem is women post pictures that make them look old. Think of all the men you thought looked old enough to be your grandfather!Of course, we’re still going to have our kids and our schedules and our careers and our past heart-breaks, because If we embrace the struggles that have given us the very life experience a mature man (or anyone) finds appealing, we give ourselves permission to reconnect with our own childlike spirit.Sure, men over 40, 50 and 60 also have unattractive qualities that often get generalized (for good reason!) He said that alone stopped him from ever looking at a woman's profile regardless of her age.But if a woman's look appealed to him, he'd view her profile and contact her if he liked what he saw. So, going by what we’ve learnt from testimonials I’ve gathered out there in the real world, if we want to increase our odds of finding, attracting and keeping a man, we may consider taking a more fun and playful approach to life. And not just because these men are “going through a midlife crisis.” (Though, admittedly, sometimes that is true.) In the hundreds of impromptu interviews I’ve conducted over the years with single (and hitched) men, a few commonalities have emerged. And yet statistics show that women over 40, 50 and 60 have lower—way lower, like cross-your-fingers-and-pray— chances of meeting a long term partner.