Dating for women in their forties

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Women over 40 are more likely to be established, have homes, established friends, and secure jobs.

Whether you're looking for love or a cougar on the prowl, my 5 tips will help you get what you want.

Dating at any age may feel complicated or overwhelming. In most cases, women over 40 have had enough dating experience to know what they do and do not want in a relationship.

Once I found love, I dedicated my life to helping single women over 40 make that dream come true for them as well.

Perhaps you were in a live-in or long-term relationship that ended, so you’re single again.

As a dating coach for women over 40, I know finding love the second time around (or even the first) is not easy.

Still, people fall in love every day and many of my clients do find that loving man. This might seem harsh, but you are likely telling yourself several lies about love after 40 that are hurting you.

These negative beliefs prevent you from connecting, or worse, stop you from even looking.

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If you are a single woman over 40, you have a love history.

You’ve been in relationships before and you may want one now, but for whatever reason you haven’t found the right person yet.

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