Just the basics of eating a balanced diet, getting enough sleep, drinking plenty of water and exercising regularly will help you feel more confident about yourself.Yes we know being married to same person for years might make you yearn for those heady days of dating - but before you get too hung up on the notion of exciting spontaneity with a man who looks like Clive Owen, consider your single friends in their 40's for whom the experience may not be as glowing as you think. A third / fourth date with someone you know you like? Something happens to single men post-40, they ALL like cycling.) 3. I’d really rather forget them if you don’t mind and also, doing this – especially in front of a group of people as soon as I walk in the door - makes me feel like the hired entertainment. Equally (as you rub your hands with glee) and say, “So how was the date last week? What usually happens is this: Just two nice people, hanging out for an evening, to find there’s no spark. It’s often in our 40s that our bodies become less forgiving and slower to recover from excesses or injury.
When you’re ‘youngish’, free and single, meeting someone new is easier than you might think. Now take those away, because they’re taken and consider what’s left. Depending on the day, this makes me want to say, how’s the sex life? If and when I do meet someone, you’ll be the first to know! I don't want to be YOUR night in - what I want is a night out. You're amazing and you WILL find someone OK this is the one you DO say.... All I can say is, consider how hard it is to find someone you fancy AND click with when you’re in your 20s and 30s. I could help you with your Internet dating, it’s so much more exciting than staying in with my boring husband Maybe for you but believe me, when you’ve spent countless evenings writing countless ‘witty’ emails to potential dates the prospect of a night out with my friend, talking about anything BUT is beyond exciting!For the most part, him owning at least one set of wheels (whether it’s a car, motorcycle, or bike) is pretty much a requirement spanning all three decades.But here’s a breakdown of how our idea of what constitutes a serious deal-breaker changes over the course of time. ” says the whimsical millennial closing down the bar at 2 a.m.Ask yourself: when have you felt more secure, more comfortable in your skin and focused on what you want in life?