Dating midlife bachelor
Written by Chad Stone, "Confessions of a Middle-Aged Babe Magnet: One Man's Brave Adventure into Dating Again in the 21st Century," is a humorous look at one man's dating journey after leaving a 25-year marriage, and is chock full of advice. Stone's advice is very specific: "Make the phone calls. (And yes, we can read the check upside down.) Embrace social opportunities where males are likely to be outnumbered by females. An ordinary opening line delivered with confidence and genuine charm is better than a really great one-liner delivered with creepiness. I know a few babes who might argue that making them laugh trumps class or sophistication. Unless you want the rest of your life to be measured in conquests, know when it's time to stop the hunt and enjoy the relationship.
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.
actor –who famously long-term dated actress-model Elizabeth Hurley and socialite Jemima Khan but never married either of them – fears time is running out for him to get married and have children.
Hugh – who turns 50 on September 9, 2010 – told Britain’s newspaper: “It’s not a good number 50, and we all have age terrors sometimes in the middle of the night.
Less Likely Older Man Is Dr Charles Waehler, author of Relating Style That Isolates Dr.
Waehler found that confirmed bachelors are not woman-haters, they are not fixated on a parent, and they are not workaholics or wild playboys.
Middle-aged men in search of a new life partner may need to drop the red Corvette and learn how to be better listeners.