Many of us in midlife are finding ourselves in a situation we never thought would happen to us This time, however, it's online rather than offline. When I divorced and was ready to meet someone again I believed I'd meet the 'old-fashioned' way, through a friend. Well, that clearly wasn't to be as dinner party dates became fewer and further between. Was a single, lively, midlife woman a bit of a liability? Was I seen as a threat by the women, who didn't want me 'flirting' with their men?
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I used to have a standard, generic profile, too, with a list of adjectives and facts: fun, outgoing, great speller looking back, not sure how that applied , and insert-a-bunch-of-other-adjectives here. Someone could have a Ph. First, I would spend minutes talking to the client. So, why not revamp your online dating profile?
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Whatever English teacher told you adjectives were the words you use to describe something were terrible people and liars. I call this the Death by Adjectives profile:. I am looking for someone who is sweet, centered, good-natured, fun, smart, interesting. I am so sick of drama!
Do you know that feeling when you walk into a room to get something and cross the threshold and almost immediately forget why you went there in the first place and then you try to explain that feeling to the person who's sitting in that room but can't describe it except for explaining that you walked into the room to get something but once you crossed the threshold, you almost immediately forgot why you went there on the first place? Have you ever wished you had a single word to describe that feeling? Well, Lizzie Skurnick, as writer of the The New York Times Magazine column "That Should Be a Word," figured she would be a genius and come up with a word to describe these ubiquitous, yet endlessly annoying and wordless, feelings.