The Biggest Lie about Age that Women Still Believe
The biggest lie about age
The biggest lie about age that women still believe is that men are not attracted to older women. That if you’re single and hit your 40s, 50s, 60s or 70s, it is next to impossible to get a great guy. For companionship, fun and real romance. Most of us fall prey to the biggest lie about age. And it can feel pretty awful. However, it’s just not true.
Women Need Better Dating Tools
It is just that women in that age group need better dating and relationship tools to make love work. When they have that kind of coaching, women of any age can overcome the biggest lie about age and create a beautiful love relationship!
A true first-person account by Brenda, a Client in her 60s.
“Several years ago, my cousin, Jonny, gave me a Mr. Wonderful doll for Christmas. I had no idea what a hit Mr. Wonderful was making around the country. He was a hunky male who, when his palm was pressed, uttered phrases like, “Let’s just cuddle tonight.” Or “Actually, I’m not sure which way to go. I’ll turn in here and ask for directions.” “Honey, why don’t you just relax and let me make dinner tonight” or “Can your mother stay another week?”
Funny, huh? Not really…obviously, I didn’t have a Mr. Wonderful nor was one coming any time soon. What’s wrong with just cuddling or asking for directions or making dinner? Forget the one about my mother staying for another week….even I would have to veto that! I felt like if I had a guy who came home and said, “Honey, you’ve been on my mind all day. That’s why I bought you these flowers.” I would be his adoring slave FOREVER!!! Of course, that would be after he brought me back to consciousness. But, as we know, men and women are just wired differently.
Love Mentoring and Brenda
Really? I have to say my Love Mentor has challenged me in a lot of ways. She’s told me that the biggest lie about age that women still believe is Bull! Perhaps, she’s right. Maybe, it’s not so much about being a male or a female of a certain biological age. Maybe, it’s more about finding the person who makes life a little easier, a little more fun, a little more meaningful. Finding the person who you can’t wait to share your piece of news with. Or the person who makes you feel completely content just sitting next to him. As you know I’m writing this in my 60s.
I’ve been independent for 16 years. Sometimes, happily so and sometimes, reluctantly. I don’t think that I ever lost that joy for life. The ability to wake up happy every morning and look forward to whatever the day brings. I don’t think being single made me think my life was terribly lacking in any way. But, doesn’t a great love bring us closer to our higher selves? When I was 18, I read Gibran. And his writing on Sorrow really stuck with me. In fact, it’s been my mantra for life, “The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy it can contain.”
There has been great sorrow in my life, almost always followed by great joy. The yin and the yang. You just can’t have one without the other. And, so I’ve waited and waited for the great joy that follows the great sorrow.
The Biggest Lie About Age is Dispelled
Then, I met a man online and we started to go out on dates. He started saying things like…”Mmmm….you look so beautiful in the morning.” “You know, I think it’s really important that we talk about our relationship. Or “Tell me whatever you’re feeling. I believe in total honesty.” Can you imagine? Well, it’s for real. and he’s for real. OH MY GOD!!!! HE’S HERE!!! MR. WONDERFUL IS HERE!!!”