50 and dating
Though plenty of mature Divorced women are finding their sexuality reignited (see our January post “Sex and the Single Woman Over 50”), that isn’t always the case.Both the “mind” and the “body” issues that come into play Over 50 can have a negative effect.If you’re going through a DO50, you’ll see that your feelings are not unique.You’ll be able to learn from the experiences of others — their successes and their failures.For a plenty of married woman beyond 50 — those who are in that standard, three or more decade long relationship — their first word just might be “obligation.” As in, my husband expects it, I don’t really want it, but I’ll submit occasionally, in hopes of keeping him happy. And for unhappily married women past 50, their word is probably something along the lines of No, Nope, Nah-ah, or Fugetaboutit.But what if you asked a divorced woman over 50 for the first word that pops into her head?Then, when you’re Over 50, it can get additionally complicated.
Did that initial statement/conversation get your process off to a reasonable start, or did it dial up the anger and set a negative tone that lasted the entire process? Did you blame yourself and/or your ex, wallowing in negativity that builds upon itself, feeling depressed, angry, and resentful?
As life gets better, however, and they move into Revive, an interest in sex may come back. But as you began (or will begin) to Revive, creating a Bucket List could be an important, and valuable, exercise.
The problem, though, is that many people aren’t ready to get into a committed relationship that will lead to sex. Just the act of looking forward to a brighter future, and setting some goals within that future, could help you Thrive sooner.
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