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Related links Where are the (normal) single men hiding?The one exercise you need to ramp up your sex life Men and porn: Is it just a ‘guy’ thing? Dear Penina, I’m in my thirties and am looking for a serious relationship.I’ve been dating men in their thirties and forties, many of whom are divorced.Depending on who it’s coming from, this can be flattering or very insulting (especially the friends who urge you to compromise).But remember this: It’s only human for people to want to feel validated in their own life decisions by seeing you reflect them with your own.
Or so Carrie Bradshaw would have you believe; and she is mostly right.You have to work hard to find someone you really want and really like – or, as one married male friend put it, “someone normal” (apparently normal men are in short supply).The search is a kind of journey, and along the way you tend to learn a few things about yourself, and about the society we live in. Everyone knows lots of fabulous single women in their 40s …but can’t think of any equally fabulous single men the same age.That decision can be pretty liberating – especially when you’re dating in your 40s: There’s no biological clock ticking away, which can put pressure on new relationships. You don’t have to limit yourself to men in your age group Not to feed the cougar cliché, but by the time you reach 40, the social stigma of dating younger men is so passé.In my experience, younger men really don’t care much about age differences.What’s important for me to know when pursuing a relationship with a man who has been divorced?Thanks, Lisa Dear Lisa, From a Jewish perspective, the purpose of dating is to evaluate whether or not a person is an appropriate life partner.So make sure that you are before getting caught up in any of the other stuff.Secondly, you need to respect the person you are dating.When you see them sitting next to women in their late 20s and 30s you can’t see a significant age difference. You can decide you don’t want children Whether you planned for this or not, there is something liberating about taking baby-making off the table.Children are not for everyone, but there’s a lot of social pressure on women to procreate.