5 Signs She’s Thinking of Breaking Up With You

5 Signs She’s Thinking of Breaking Up With You

You’ve reached a standstill in your relationship, and you’re either fed up with it, don’t want to work on fixing it, or just not willing to settle with this one. So you think, you plan, you wonder and you take time to assess your relationship; then you want to break up.

Men are often caught off guard by the words, break up, or it’s time to take a break, but what men don’t realize is that women send subtle innuendos long before she says she is breaking up with you. These subtle cues women throw at you can be her final assessments to test your devotion toward her, and if your relationship is worth sticking around for.

read more

Arguing in Public: Why It’s Embarrassing and What it Reveals

Arguing in Public: Why It’s Embarrassing and What it Reveals

Have you ever seen a couple arguing in public? It is embarrassing to watch. However, before casting judgment, think deeply about whether you were ever that couple? Can you remember the time you argued in public with your partner?

Mature dating can have lots of ups and downs, and sometimes you look at others arguing in public and you are quick to think, “I hope we aren’t that couple”, but we’ve all been there. We all know the embarrassing feeling of arguing with your boyfriend, or girlfriend in public.

read more

The Worst Boyfriend Ever: 6 Reasons Why There’s No Excuse

The Worst Boyfriend Ever: 6 Reasons Why There’s No Excuse

So, you’ve dated someone for a while, and an unforeseen tragedy occurs, and suddenly you’re either labeled the worst boyfriend ever and the relationship comes to an end, or you soar high into “you’re an amazing boyfriend land”. The unexpected occurrence; whether it’s a health related issue, a death, or a hospitalization of a family member always leaves one partner in dismay, and the other partner in question. Caring boyfriends question, what to do and how can they help. But what happens when that expected outstretched arm doesn’t reach out in a time of need? The man or woman you’ve been dating for a few months fails to recognize the unexpected tragedy and you’re left handling this tough time alone. No matter how much love you both shared, and no matter how many memories you recollect, your relationship can come to an unexpected halt. It can all be lost, and your consistent effort and dedication to the relationship is left dwindling.

read more

Why Women Hate When Men Ask About Their Age

Why Women Hate When Men Ask About Their Age

The older women get, the more sensitive women get about having a man ask about their age. Age is just a number, but that number goes up every year, and for single women over 50, that numerical increase of age, by one digit gets hard to swallow, and admit as the years pass.

Women can hesitate to say how old they are, admit their age, or even write it out on a dating profile. However, should women dwell on their age SO much? Should the question, ‘How old are you?’ deflect any possibility with that man? It’s insulting, it’s rude, it’s disrespectful, but is it a deal breaker?  Can we move past this accidental offense? Can women realize that age is age, and just a number?

read more

Getting Older Means Stop Holding Grudges, and Let It Go

Getting Older Means Stop Holding Grudges, and Let It Go

Singles over 50 who are alone and still holding grudges need to stop and let it go.

When you’re over 50, single, and lonely, you tend to have a lot of time to think, and it’s unfortunate because with this time, you may begin to focus on the negative. You may begin to wind back to instances of acquaintances, or past friends and wonder why you are not as close with them anymore. However, life is unexpected. People do things that can never be forgiven; however does that mean you need keep holding grudges? Does that mean if you see them at a party you look the other way?

read more

7 Tips to Meeting Someone on the Subway

7 Tips to Meeting Someone on the Subway

Meeting someone on the subway can be very difficult today. There are so many single men and women over 40 in New York, and yet there are so many missed opportunities on public transportation. Riding the subway, you simply need to look around and see how many eligible men and women there are in New York and yet so few take advantage of the ride itself. The problem with New Yorker’s is that we’ve come to rely heavily on our phones for comfort.

read more

Improving Your Online Dating Profile in 2014 – 4 Essential Tips

Improving Your Online Dating Profile in 2014 – 4 Essential Tips

With online dating becoming more and more popular, improving your online dating profile can give you an edge over your competition in finding your match. While there is no secret formula to improving your online dating people, here are 5 tips you can take to give you an edge over your competition:

1. Photos

read more

A Long Distance Relationship: SO Close, yet SO Far

A Long Distance Relationship: SO Close, yet SO Far

A long distance relationship can be tough to keep, especially when you’re dating over 50 and lonely. But, what if your not too far in distance, but you feel far apart? Let’s see what Patricia writes:

Dear SitAlong,
I feel like I’m in a long distant relationship.  Believe it or not, we live less then 15 minutes away from one another. We don’t see each very often, and contact has dissolved. I’m beginning to feel a bit distant, or that he’s being distant. Why are we so close yet soo far? Why do I feel like I’m in a long distance relationship when I’m not?

read more

Tired of the Dating Game? 7 Tips on How to Re-approach Dating

Tired of the Dating Game? 7 Tips on How to Re-approach Dating

When playing the dating game for too long it can become tiring and boring. Your enthusiasm and desire to date dissipates and your emotional well being shrivels. Whether you are dating over 40, 50 or 60 – no matter what age you are… dating does gets tiring.

So, how do you keep yourself in the dating game after so many bad dating experiences, or shall we say how do you stay dating and stay away from the gaming element?

read more