My name is Margaret Manning and I am the founder of Sixty and Me, a community of over 100,000 baby boomer women.
I’ve heard again and again that dating after 50 is tough.
cutting your food into little pieces) then there’s definitely a BIG problem.
After a hectic day all we want our man to do is listen.
Women like to talk and pour their feelings out - it’s a well known fact.
We confide in you, because we trust you to make us feel better.
Boyfriends make the best of friends and amazing lovers, but it goes without saying that sometimes (okay, a LOT of the time) we think men could do more.
Since he'll feel even less like a tough guy divulging this need for extra attention, he'll stay mum.Likewise, you get a green light on keeping your lips sealed if the topic might disintegrate into hurtful, unhelpful detail.That's especially the case if you're in the infancy of a new relationship."Holding back information is wholly appropriate depending on the context," says Sarah Jones, founder of the premier dating-coaching company Introverted Alpha.It's acceptable to keep a secret to yourself when you don't feel enough trust or comfort to share, and feel it could have a negative consequence on your psyche or reputation.