Starting over in dating

04-Feb-2017 16:41

We’re so accustomed to being lied to that we let is slip by again and again with no consequence or action.

"I've been dating for a year now and I can't seem to connect; nothing sticks. " An attractive, accomplished, loving woman, it seemed there was nothing wrong with Celeste. You see, I don't want to be alone." Smiling I commented, "Most of us don't want to be alone." "Yeah, but as soon as they get close to me, I freeze. I want so much to start over." Wincing, Celeste moved ever so slightly to the far end of the couch.

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More than 30 percent don’t even know where to begin and nearly 30 percent say they find it too stressful (think back to those sweaty palms and awkward conversations.) For more than 40 percent of respondents, other priorities are simply more important, and nearly one-quarter say it’s just too difficult to date when you’re 50-plus.

"I recall the heady feeling I had when I first fell in love with Chad.

These other men pale next to the feelings I had with Chad." "So you want the same magic with a new man." I interpreted.

" Sitting closer to me, she explained "I had some introductions from friends, but no dice. "I want a long-term relationship, a soul mate, a life-partner.

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She goes on to tell tales of her past few months of dating that include being misled by someone who “wasn’t entirely gay”, being lied to by someone who wasn’t entirely single, and being hoodwinked by someone who wasn’t entirely monogamous.

I then inquired "What goes through your mind when a man gets close to you?

" Sighing deeply with a dreamy look, she moved closer to me again.

I take a drink of my coffee, furrow my brow and shake my head in …

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