Dating coaches take a more positive stance on dating after 60.They explain that a change in mindset is essential for women over 60 who want to find romance.
In my recent interview with dating coach, David Wygant, he suggested that men are often the ones who lack confidence and suffer from fear of rejection.
He says that older women have the power to make a connection that turns into a dating opportunity.
It’s been a policy of mine to avoid making ANY comment along those lines, thinking that women hear stuff like that from guys all the time on first dates and that it might seem like a “line,” or a come-on, or insincere.
When I do express my attraction to and appreciation of a woman’s beauty, I want it to be meaningful to her and myself.
It’s not a specifically Christian or biblical approach (the Bible didn’t address dating in the modern sense), but here goes.
This advice also assumes that a guy wants to date, but do so from a Christian perspective. Excellence in men is a highly desired trait among women.
How about an article for guys about the appropriate, sincere, meaningful, simple ways to show a woman we’re physically attracted to her on first dates or other initial points of connection?
It seems like decent guys can do it in ways that are awkward for the woman, not Your question resonated with me because I used to be the female version of you.
Whether it’s from parents, church friends, campus ministers, and pastors, lots of Christian leaders like to give advice on the topic of relationships and dating.
Many people, especially guys, eagerly embraced these Christian dating tips because they hoped it would get them a date with a nice, Christian girl.
In my teens and twenties, I was the proverbial anti-flirt.