Does looking after your kids full-time make you feel isolated from the world?
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They message me, sweetly: I'm pretty sure that last one is simply code for we're more sexually aggressive in bed.
Coupling with a younger man just seems too Freudian; men missing their moms, perhaps?
When I put up my very first online profile premarriage, there weren't as many young people online.
A lot of the sites had busy, career-driven people with no time to meet folks, or recently divorced people looking to date.
My co-worker nudged me toward one very popular dating site after meeting her husband on there, so I gave it a shot. I made it out on one single date and never went out with him again. It was a great experience, though, because I put myself out there, and besides, he was a nice seemingly normal single dad and not a serial killer.
It wasn't god-awful, but I just felt it took too much work, the guys were too creepy or old for me, and I never felt compelled enough to go out on a ton of dates.
Now that I am almost divorced, though, a co-worker of mine gently nudged me to give it a try and see what the whole online world has to offer.
Call me naive, call me blond (I am, proudly and naturally), or call me stupid, but while it's more popular to date online now than back before I got married, it also seems a little crazier.
Here's what I found as a newbie in the online world again.