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According to Lisa Copeland, dating after 50 is different than dating at any other point in our lives.
When we are younger, we can afford to sit back and let men come to us.
You can still leave it to him to invite you out on a date, but, sending him an initial signal is still your responsibility.
During our conversation, Lisa questions why dating over 60 has become so “serious.” It’s almost as if we have forgotten how to have fun and flirt.
We all know the cardinal dating rule: Let the guy make the first move.
These changes have been great, but they’ve also left many of us unsure about common dating etiquette and practices. Our e H clients often ask us who should be the pursuer in a relationship.
As a result, both men and women are feeling overwhelmed by choice, and many men feel they could use some help from women in that regard.
Whether we like it or not, men say they care less about the chase.
But, as we get a little older, Lisa encourages us to take control and not be afraid to strike up a conversation with men. The last thing a man wants is to approach a woman and be rejected.
Lisa reminds us that women usually make the first move, whether we realize it or not. So, it’s not so much a question or whether to make the first move.