Dating a 50 never married
In this series of posts, we will take a look into the lives of bachelor men over 50 who continue to live the life of bachelorhood, and find out why they continue being bachelors. Marriage, is in fact a beautiful sacred act, and just like some people save themselves to have their first sexual experience with someone special, bachelors over 50, save themselves for that special someone says James, 59. The idea that because we are older and single men, we are not attracted to women is an unfortunate misconception. In fact, most men seek women that are younger for the purpose of continuing their genetic line.
We will see what bachelors over 50 regret, and what advice these men can share with all single men and women over 50. Waiting and eager to find love, single men over 50 are hopeful, but at the same time realistic. As the years pass, and you get older, people just assume you are not attracted to women. “Women are beautiful, and I love women”, says George, 62. However, at 50 years, it does get harder to snatch a 27 years old woman without looking like her sugar daddy.
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I have found that unmarried men over age 40 or 50 seem to want divorced women with children, and that many divorced women with children see so many red flags regarding unmarried men that they run.
We are flesh and blood, complex and not so complex; we are not goddesses nor princesses; we are just people. If a relationship lasts, it lasts through hard work, not because it is destined in some fairy tale way.
I have no difficulty with men over 50 who have never married.
It is not necessarily a turn off if he has had other relationships and just doesnt live with his mother, for instance.
Bachelors, men that decide to be single and never get married openly speak out to Sit Along, and reveal many misconceptions about bachelorhood over 50.
It has not made any difference to dating over the years and not everyone is narrow minded.
I think it is often just an excuse not to see you, for other reasons.
After speaking with 15 bachelors over the age of 50, we came to the conclusion that marriage isn’t something bachelors over 50 fear or never see happening, but it’s something these men avoided.
They were too afraid to go out and find someone they enjoy being with, or felt they were too busy with their own personal life.