Here are some of Stone's favorite tips for middle-aged men hoping to become babe magnets: To be a babe magnet, you must believe you are a babe magnet. Yeah, he's talking about projecting self-confidence here. If a babe’s first impression of you is “jerk,” there will be no chance for a second impression, writes Stone. I have been trained as a scientist and have tried to use my training in that field in my writing along with my interests and experiences.
Whether you're seeking friendship or an intimate relationship, there are many good places to meet and interact with the type of woman you're looking for.
I used to smugly joke with my (now ex) husband that we were better off staying together than having to deal with middle-aged dating. When I asked him if this technique often worked for him he said he guessed not and that women were too uptight. Don’t ask me to send you pictures of what I’m wearing to bed because, (a) it’s rude and (b) it’s probably nothing you’d want to see.
When it comes to post 50 dating, the one big thing they have going for them is that the gender odds are in their favor. In fact, you can pretty much expect to pay for everything until you and your babe are in a committed relationship.
But numbers aside, many men who re-enter the dating waters after an hiatus of a long marriage are a little rusty when it comes to wooing and wowing. A babe needs to feel adored and cherished, and paying for dates is one sure-fire way to communicate that to her." We suspect he's going to get flamed on both sides from this one, but let's not shoot the messenger, shall we?
It discusses dating psychology that I found interesting from a number of books I have read.