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With all the insecurity, self-doubt and false beliefs that I had, it was easy to retreat into “my life is good enough” and give up on the idea of having love in my life.I didn’t know what being loved by a man looked or felt like. I certainly never got anything close to that from a man.They are just as afraid of getting rejected, being hurt or possibly even not meeting another man to love.They are bummed that, at this stage in their life, they are single and have to put themselves out there. I’ve been helping women over 40 find passionate, grownup love since I became a first-time bride in 2006.Here’s why: These women know the reward of having a loving, devoted man in their life.
Was it worth the hassle of putting together a profile, answering some emails, going on a bunch of dates, feeling broken hearted a couple times and dealing with a few jerks along the way?
They know the splendor and security of grownup love.
They miss the intimacy and partnership and don’t want to live their lives without it.
It’s a vexing issue that has plagued humankind–or at least womankind–for millennia: What really goes on in the mind of a man? These questions probably first came up in the Garden of Eden, when Adam blamed Eve for eating the apple and getting them evicted from Paradise. While it would take volumes to cover everything men want to tell women, here are six of the most prevalent things: “I am not afraid of commitment—I just need to be very, very sure.” It turns out that all this business about men being commitment-phobic is mostly myth.
And women have been asking the same question ever since.