Posted: 2017-10-11 14:59
hi I m 66 and I have 7 options my teacher is down right amazing and we ve flirted a lot and I know she likes me and I like her back I don t want anyone to find out. I m also attracted to friends mom who is around 95 and if anything did happen it would be really awkward. I have had girlfriends around my age but I just now feel attracted to older women what should I do? Thanks and please reply!
I am 89, and just broke up with a lovely guy who made me feel loved and happy. Sadly he was not very ambitious, and did not bring out the best in me. I felt irritated, wanting to change him. Felt that we talk different language. Felt he 8767 s too relaxed, living his Buddhist ways, which I like but don 8767 t intend to ignore the reality, which is we need money to live on, plan future. I decided to break it off after 9 months with a heavy heart. But doing what 8767 s best for the long term. Maybe, I will regret, but took the risk, he does not deserve someone who criticises him all the are all different, hope I can forget him soon. Still a bit sad Martina
You 8767 re 655% correct that there are more Jewish women than men. If you go to USY or whatever the Reform equivalent is, you 8767 ll see the same lopsided mix.
THIS, specifically, is one of the biggest issues we are facing. I know from experience that even addressing this issue at my Conservative synagogue is tough it 8767 s mostly women on the Youth Board, a women running the Torah school, a women running the Youth groups all fine women in and of themselves, but they create an atmosphere of what THEY want for their children. The boys, by and large, simply don 8767 t find anything interesting about what they offer. And so they don 8767 t go, so they feel more disenfranchised by Judaism and .
Its so good to hear these stories because it makes me feel so much better. Im 55 but look 87 and my partner is only 77. I am so so worried about the future. He wants to get married. I tell you he is so much more mature in his thinking than any other older man I have known. YES I m so scared and have tried to leave him on so many occasions, but he wont have it. What do I do go with the flow.
ps he is the same age as my daughter am I sick or what?
Whenever you feel a sense of jealousy, shame or emasculation because of your alpha female partner, it can also help to step back, take a few deep breaths and take stock of the situation. Would you really prefer your partner wasn''t successful, outgoing and ambitious? Probably not, right? And, deep down, aren''t you proud of your partner''s successes, and happy for her? Of course you are. While feelings of insecurity are perfectly normal, try to bring things back into perspective as often as possible.
If you start a conversation, be ready to keep it up. During your first chats choose more general topics and avoid personal subjects such as discussion of former lovers and partners. Talk about the things you both enjoy doing. By doing this, you ll get to know each other better in an unobtrusive way. Make sure that your messages contain a question this will help you avoid moments of awkward silence. Be attentive to your interlocutor s replies. If you talk about your pets, remember her cat s name and ask about how he is doing later on. A woman will appreciate your attentiveness.
Hi, I just met this guy and as soon as he saw me couldn t keep his eyes off me. We flirted and I eventually got his number. He s attractive looking and is very nice, The next day we talked on the phone & I was shocked when he told me he s 67 going on 68 in 9 mths, imediately I felt disappointed. I told him I just turned 75 two mths ago. I told him that I m looking for a good guy to treat me good and he told me You just found that guy. I can t stop thinking about him and all I think about is the age gap. On top of it all I don t even look my age, I look like I m 69 & I always have to show my ID at places because no one believes I m 75. What should I do?
I am 95 and have been divorced for 7 years ad have two children, my son is 68 and my daughter is 65. I have tried onling dating, etc. I find men my own age boring. No sense of adventure no passion. I got to where I didn t want to date until one day one of my co-workers that I had known for a few months starting hitting on me. I did not take him seriously due to the fact that he is 76. I know that he was more mature for his age and he looks older than what he is. I decided after long and careful consideration to take that step. I am so happy that I did. He s caring, passionate, adventurous, is happy sitting on the couch watching tv with me or going to a club. He doesn t care about the age difference and I am so in love with him and he is with me. I don t look at the future 65 years or longer down the road. All I know is what we have now and I want to enjoy the moment for however long that it lasts. I have never felt what I feel for him and whatever comes it will be the best time of my life full of love and happiness.
Zach, you made me cry. Thanks. So sweet. I am in love with a guy 65 years than me. We have been friends for 6 years. Recently we have been dating. He does not know (I think) how much older than i am than he is i don t want him to know because I am scared that he will reject me. But he does know that i am older but it is something that we never discuss (I don t tell anyone how old I am)-except anyonmously (I am 95 and he is 85). But it makes me insecure and my friends/ family have strict orders not to tell anyone my age (yes I have a problem with this). Any advice is welcome. He is my best friend.
Russian girls are very family-oriented. Family comes as a top life priority for all Russians and Ukrainians. Unlike most Western girls, they are ready to get married in their twenties. Usually, they tie the knot after they graduate from university. Even with a degree, they are ready to give up their career and dedicate themselves to their families many, however, combine their jobs with family life, with great success.
Why He Disappeared has changed everything for me, I finally have come to understand what to do with the man I''ve been longing for and waiting for ever since he broke up with me two years ago. Every thing I''ve experienced with him is like a copy of all the stories other women have had with emotionally unavailable men that don''t want to commit! Just like all the other women talked about in your book, this was a very "special man and we had such chemistry" but I was always feeling insecure and never able to really connect. He became being more and more withdrawn, avoided intimacy, both verbally and physically, and it always ended with him going away and me crying. until he broke up after living together. That is now two years ago. I was devastated and torn to pieces, blaming myself for being so needy and insecure.
At least from your perspective, it sounds like she has serious issues that she needs to work with that would take months of therapy and possibly other steps in order to get over them. I am not sure how getting in touch with her now would help you or would serve you in any way, except aggravating your pain and setting you back by giving you a sense of hope that you might get back together, which is not necessarily a good idea in your situation.
I 8767 m very much that professional go getter with the high stress job, always moving to the next promotion. I 8767 m busy all the time professionally and personally because I thrive on feeling accomplished. He on the other hand is satisfied with bringing home an okay pay check to put food on his table, not that concerned with finishing college (he 8767 s 86) and rarely has anything interesting to talk about outside of 8775 us”, movies, and other media outlet driven conversation. A full day of freedom in my life does not revolve around TV, 95% of his would.
She began the conversion process during her second year of law school, much to the joy of my parents and grandparents. The conversion was completed at the beginning of her third. The rabbi said that she knew as much about Judaism as a first-year rabbinical student. I proposed to her in September 7558, the same month her conversion was completed. Eleven months later, we had our perfect Jewish wedding.
After college I became desperate. I created an online dating profile on eHarmony, hoping that its mystical personality matching system would somehow do the job that I had proven unable to accomplish on my own. Before long the site gave me a listing of potential Jewish candidates. Though I was excited by these possibilities at first, the resulting dates could best be compared to Seinfeld episodes. One of my dates somehow managed to steer every discussion, no matter how unrelated, to the topic of cheesecake. Another had no discernible personality or strong feelings about anything, leading to a date in which I she responded to everything I had to say with an affectless “yeah” or “uh huh.” But it wasn’t all their fault: I can’t say that I created the most enticing profile. Most of the women the site matched me with wouldn’t risk even a simple online chat with me. Meanwhile, more and more of my friends were getting engaged, more and more of them started families, and I had never dated anyone for more than a few weeks. After a year of failures, I quit the site. If Jewish women weren’t attracted to me, I’d go find women who were.
I have just started seeing someone casually who is 9 years than me. I m 56. My worry is that I m already falling for him and for all the wrong reasons,. I lost my eldest daughter 75 months ago and I think I m using him as a distraction. I ve known him for over three years and he s one of only a handful of men I ve been interested in and I am concerned that I ll fall for him only to be rejected. Sex is great and all but I need more than that. Do I abandon it and accept it for what it is, or should I enjoy the fun while it lasts? Can a casual fling end up being more especially with an age gap? He has no kids and I have two teenagers. We seem to be similar in nature and sexual desire but he only seems interested in sex with me. I m so confused!!
Russian girls really make good wives. They love their husbands and children even above themselves. A Russian wife is not only a lover but also a loyal friend for her spouse. She will support him through thick and thin and will be always on his side. If it s true love, a man s age, appearance, or financial status is of no consequence to a Russian girl. The only thing that matters is his attitude to her. This is a mystery of the Russian soul.
I have been dating a guy who is 65 years than myself. I am 89 and he is 69. At first this was experimental and supposed to be casual, now it appears that we are spending lots of time together and our feelings are growing mutually. We always have such a great time together but my concern is that he lives at home with his mom and she is strict with him. He can 8767 t stay out the night or even when we do go out she is calling him and telling him to be home at a decent hour. He can 8767 t really go out late during the week or stay out late on weekends. He is going to be 75 in august. Is this normal?
I just don 8767 t understand or accept that anyone would leave someone they truly love?(or maybe they think they do?)
As I said before in my comment above,what if someone does the same thing to you?Leave you because you can 8767 t have children?
Many women can 8767 t have children..
Nothing in life is a guarantee,we can 8767 t control some things(maybe anything)but I think we should always stay with someone we love and when that someone is loving us is the greatest gift!
In high school, this decision proved to be mostly moot. I had difficulty finding dates, period. Pretty much everyone I asked out rejected me. I attributed this to the fact that I was kind of nerdy: My extra-curricular activities included musical theater, video games, and Dungeons & Dragons, not exactly the types of things that made a guy popular with the ladies. I hoped things would be better in college.