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I have friends who swear by it and say that everyone they know who used it had success. Finding bright women has not been the main challenge; bright women abound.
Online dating is a whole new world for me, but things have changed since my 20's. It's trouble finding women interested in outdoors or ones ready for committment.
tto Your friend is not hopeless, nor does she need to concentrate on young divorcees or widows, although she should keep an open mind about them.
It seems to me that there are plenty of 33 year old guys who have never been married.
April 2010 I'm a woman in my mid-40s and I've been out of the dating scene a long time. I'm willing to give online dating a shot, but it's not my preference. But I have no idea where to go to meet nice guys (over the age of 40). I belong to both and it is a relaxed fun way to meet others - men and women - while participating in activities that you enjoy. Fellow 40-something single woman Have you tried social dancing?
In a group, there’s no pressure, everyone relaxes, and you can be yourself.
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I have a young child and work at home, so meeting men out in the real world will be very hard. Any chance your friend likes skiing, hiking, biking, camping?
When I am ready, I plan to try online dating, specifically My brother is intelligent and active and would love to find a woman to match him.
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It always seemed to me that the best way to meet someone is either getting introduced casually through friends, or by picking some group activities you're really interested in in your spare time and doing them regularly. If you are looking for divorced guys with kids, try the local playgrounds on the weekends. For me, a good step was writing up a list of the qualities that I definitely wanted in a partner, the deal breakers (drugs, smoking, mean to people, etc.) and the qualities that would be nice but weren't required. kl I don't have any advice, since I'm sort of in the same situation. I recommended that she explore the wonderful world of the divorced (daddies or otherwise), that like our fathers, they will have learned their lessons when they messed up their first marriage (or marriage-like relationship). He did not date much in his 20's, too busy playing and learning.