[caption id="attachment_17994" align="alignright" width="300"] Masters of illusion and marketing[/caption]Sometimes I think, when I'm on an online dating site, that women are either: A – masters of illusion, or B - understand marketing really well.
As I peruse through the pictures, I think the majority of women over the age of 40 are masters of taking angle picture shots.
I see pictures from above, I see pictures from the side, I see pictures from a 90 degree angle. Every single picture I see of a woman over the age of 40 is from an angle. It is never face on. If it is face on, it's always from a distance.
So you met a man.
He's pretty much everything you wanted.
It's almost like you placed an order with the universe. You worked on yourself for all these years, then you called a number and you just showed up.
You may think finding love is difficult, but I promise that it can be a lot easier than you think! For today's article, I teamed up with dating coach, Mike Goldstein again to give you both a male and female perspective on how to find love.
We’ve all had our hearts broken. It’s part of the risk we take when we get into a relationship. The problem is that many of us make decisions based on those heartbreaks that get in the way of us creating the type of relationship we desire. We decide that because a past partner cheated, “all men/women are cheaters and can’t be trusted.” Or we decide that we are unlovable because we spent so much time chasing unavailable partners.
Many of you have become cynical in the search for love and are shielding your heart from hurt... and joy too. Or you are afraid to take risks, holding on to the fear of being hurt again.
We want you to know it doesn't have to be that way.
Did you catch us as guest experts on Millionaire Matchmaker
? We're here to give you more advice on PattiKnows because it's really never too late to find love.
We are all told that if we want a great career, we have to set goals and work at it. If we want to be healthy and fit, we have to eat consciously and be purposeful about it. Yet regarding the most important aspect of it all — love — we are constantly sold a ridiculous myth that it will all fall into place, accidentally and magically.