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Since Leila is engaged, she’s obviously found a man who likes her mixture of strength and sensuality. And as more women have made our way on our own, either through divorce, widowhood, or life-long singledom, we’ve had to be strong to survive.
No surprise here for this highly-competitive sport.I think she should ask him out for lunch, coffee or a drink. But she needs to be fully prepared that he might decline.Maybe he has a girlfriend, maybe he just got out of a relationship and isn't ready to date, or maybe he doesn't find her attractive.Some questions that will be perfect for anything from a casual date to date #455 with your boyfriend, however.Use your judgment when it comes to asking questions, and you'll feel as if you know each other in record time.My friend Ava Diamond wrote a powerful book called . Technorati Tags: dating Internet, dating online, senior dating, bbw dating, mature dating, dating over 50, dating over 40, online dating advice, dating after 40, dating after 50, over 40 dating, 40 dating, dating after forty This entry was posted on April 24, 2007 at am and is filed under Dating after 40, Who are you and what do you want? You can subscribe via RSS 2.0 feed to this post's comments.
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