I get so many female clients who are over 35 and divorced who come to me operating under the assumption that they are at an automatic dating disadvantage because of their age. The biggest problem that these women have is not their age, but their mindset.They tell me how frustrated they are trying to date being in the "over 35" age group. So to any women who are in this demographic and feel like these women do about dating as an "over 35," here are five of the best ways to meet men if you are over 35.1.Take A Good Look At Yourself: I want to give you a little bit of a wake-up call.
I hear so many people who live in Los Angeles tell me that Los Angeles is the worst place to date if you're a woman over 35. It's the biggest city in the country and there's no one to meet if you're a woman over 35? What happens is that people will manifest the things on which they focus.
Have you researched what things are going on in your area to which you could go? You will not only have more fun, but will also be most successful meeting people, when you are enjoying your life and creating good energy. Make A List: So, I'm challenging you right now to put together a list. You won't believe what is waiting out there for you!
If you have had trouble meeting men, I want you to ask yourself if you've really done enough on your part to meet them.
Just like I tell singles of any age, your perfect person is not just going to show up at your doorstep one day with flowers and a bottle of wine in hand. So I want you to ask yourself if you've done enough. Have you gone on a great online dating site, wrote a really good profile and started contacting some men online? Don't choose things you have no personal interest in just because you think there might be men there to meet.
If You Believe It Then It's True: Do you remember the famous Henry Ford quote "Whether you think you can, or that you can't, you are usually right?
" I have found that you can meet amazing people anywhere and at any age. So many people listen to their friends or the monkey chatter in their own head telling them all the obstacles that stand in their way as a single woman over the age of 35. I don't listen to friends like this, because I find that many singles have attitudes that are just ridiculous.