Stop talking about your ex, your kids, your money, etc. Some therapy, meditation, or a little alone time wouldn't be the worst thing in the world for you.
The point is, hold back from dating until you're healed. GF #1: "Nothing is a bigger turn-on to a woman in her 50s than a man that makes her feel like she's the best thing that ever happened to him." GF #2: "Be honest with her and don't lead her on.
There’s the Naked Cowboy, who strolls around in underwear hat, boots, and guitar, along with “superheroes, Disney icons, and green Statues of Liberty, all vying for tourists’ money,” as described by the Times.
The call to regulate the Times Square topless became a cause after the New York Daily News started pumping the story with pictures on page one.
And when you've accrued a decent amount of courtship hours, then you can bang away.
TOO FURIOUS Ok, so you're livid at your ex, or fuming about the divorce, or bitter you're still on after all these years. We get your circumstances might suck, but don't let it consume you.
Don't get too flirty too fast, don't text, and definitely don't sext.
Even if you're fresh out of a miserable marriage and new to the singles scene, take a breath.Don't let your anger turn into emotional baggage you carry around everywhere you go.GF #1: "The biggest turn-off for me is when a divorced man compares you to their ex-wife.Chivalry and romance aren't dead -- in fact, they're alive and well and much appreciated.So take your time getting to know your date; ask questions, be curious.Fellas, if you're in your 50s, single and dating (and feeling like you're not getting anywhere), consider this a little friendly feedback from the ladies.