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How to Find Your Life Partner

How to Find Your Life Partner

[ 0 ] October 28, 2013

If your feet are cold, bed empty and heart ready to be in a 100% reciprocal relationship, I believe you too can find or attract your love in six month or less just as I set the intention to back in June. Before I manifested my life partner, I pondered my twisted love path. Come [...]

10 Dating Deal Breakers Men Make (Part III)

10 Dating Deal Breakers Men Make (Part III)

[ 0 ] October 22, 2013

Today in part three of my five-part series on the dating deal breakers men make, I tackle the subject of testicles and texters. In both instances the man is pushing the wrong buttons – either his TV remote’s or his phone’s – but not his date’s.   Rule #5:  He Puts His Balls Before His [...]

10 Dating Deal Breakers Men Make (Part II)

10 Dating Deal Breakers Men Make (Part II)

[ 0 ] October 15, 2013

If you missed part one, deal breaker #1 was about the care and feeding of your woman. Women like to be wined and dined so don’t insult us by trying to use your last Entertainment Book coupon for Chuck E. Cheese on date night. Deal breaker #2 was about men trying to sell us on [...]

10 Dating Deal Breakers Men Make (Part 1)

10 Dating Deal Breakers Men Make (Part 1)

[ 0 ] September 30, 2013

This is a five-part series on mistakes men over 50 should not still be making. Seasoned women won’t tolerate these fatal errors in courtship etiquette. If you’re not dating, be grateful, and share it with someone who is dating in midlife. Rule #1: Neglecting to Feed Us The way to a woman’s heart is by serving [...]

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5 Ways Pam Shriver Shines in Midlife

[ 0 ] September 18, 2013

Pam Shriver and I have four things in common (1) we’re both 51 (2) with both play a mean game of doubles and (3) we both believe in following the lead of healthy cultures vs. the American Way of downing hamburgers, fries and a medicine cabinet full of pills (4) we both love our pain [...]

Recalculate

Recalculate

[ 0 ] September 17, 2013

If you’ve ever missed a turn while using GPS, you’ll hear this word until you get it right, “Recalculating.” While driving through Philadelphia, Pa., to Wayne and Atglen, I heard that word more than “please” from a child in a pet store. I’m geographically impaired, despite modern-day tools like Mapquest on my phone and a [...]

Ride, Sally, Ride, Just Not a Motorcycle

Ride, Sally, Ride, Just Not a Motorcycle

[ 2 ] September 8, 2013

Shame on Marlon Brando in the Wild One, Peter Fonda in Easy Rider and even Henry Winkler in Happy Days.  These men made motorcycles the pill to pop for a quick rush or juicy midlife crisis. Motorcycle movies and their star casts intoxicate us with their coolness, manly one liners and men in tight jeans [...]

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How is a Woman Like a Chameleon?

[ 0 ] September 1, 2013

Seems like every great sports team, cereal and or corporate giant has a mascot. Picture Tony the Tiger, the Pillsbury doughboy, the AFLAC duck, the Energizer Bunny and Snap, Crackle and Pop. I recently held a logo competition through Design Crowd for Midlife Mona Lisa’s logo and fell in love with the winning design by [...]

Why Her Matrimonial Cookie Crumbled

Why Her Matrimonial Cookie Crumbled

[ 0 ] August 25, 2013

She had the perfect husband, perfect family and perfect home. Then she strayed and her matrimonial cookie crumbled. Barbara McNally, author of Unbridled, shares why having it all doesn’t mean squat if you’re living a lie or filling your emptiness outside the home. She openly shares what leads her to mucking up and having an [...]

Diana misses Al but sees her new life unfolding and looks forward to her next chapter.

Losing Your Husband but Finding Yourself

[ 0 ] August 24, 2013

Diana Kent married Al in 1961 for better or for worse. Despite his chronic heart problems, their 52 years together made her life better.  They traveled, raised children and ran a dry cleaning business together. Al died this summer of kidney failure. His death wasn’t a surprise to Diana, but her journey back to herself [...]