First move dating

As men, we are used to the burden of making the first move.

It is never fully comfortable for us, but we do get better at it over time.

Online Miscommunication & Timing Issues Event coordinator Cynthia, 27, decided to do something about her crush on a college friend. I thought maybe it was time to say something so I told him, ‘You,’” she recalls.

My question is, have you ladies ever contemplated making the first move? I am sure some of you out there have done this, and others have only hoped inside that the hunk of a man you noticed would come up to you, but he failed to do so.

Now, there could be many reasons why you lack the initiative and ambition.

You can still leave it to him to invite you out on a date, but, sending him an initial signal is still your responsibility.

During our conversation, Lisa questions why dating over 60 has become so “serious.” It’s almost as if we have forgotten how to have fun and flirt.

Having talked with hundreds of women in the Sixty and Me community, I can see how there could be some truth to this.

After one too many heart-breaks, senior dating has a tendency to become serious business rather than a “game.” Maybe it’s time to stop thinking about the end goal – finding a man who shares our interests and loves us for who we are.

Their anecdotes speak to the fact that while the outcomes vary, you’ll be happy you went for it in the end.

And the lesson is always the same: Life is too short to wait around forever.

I’m probably not the only one who secretly (or not-so-secretly) wants to be swept off my feet, but the wait can be tortuous. It’s the 21st century, and women in all aspects of their life, whether career or personal life, are more empowered to speak up about what they want.

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