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Since I found love, and many of my clients have too, I know you can do it!

There a couple of things one can do to meet people, particularly if over 40. Eat out, grab coffee, and hang out at different places each week.

Go to any party you're invited to, join clubs with people who do what you like to do, volunteer, get involved socially. As a dating coach, I know that people resist it because they're scared to try something so unfamiliar to them.

” Here, I spared you the trouble of Googling it: The 14 Best Places to Meet Eligible Men Without giving anything away, Loriann, here are the actual places that have been recommended by a site called All Womens Talk: the bar, the market, online, church, the water cooler, newspapers, college, friends, the gym, restaurants, work, vacation, parks, airplanes. Apparently, it means standing around a lot, hoping that a cute, age appropriate, interested single guy happens upon you at the bar, the market, college, the gym, restaurants, parks, and airplanes.

” They usually come back with a “Well, I thought, as a dating coach, you’d have some ideas on meeting men. ” No, that’s what articles in Marie Claire are all about: “The Ten Top Spots to Meet Hot Guys!

These negative beliefs prevent you from connecting, or worse, stop you from even looking.

Clients come to me with these limiting ideas about dating, love and men, and it’s my job to help them turn things around.

You don’t have to be single if you don’t want to be, Loriann.

But if you won’t go outside your comfort zone, I can pretty much assure you that nothing’s going to change.

The days of scraping together enough money for a movie are over!

Whether you are engaging in online dating or joining a group where you will meet people with similar interests, don’t wait for something to happen. Seek out people who interest you, with eye contact, a smile or a simple “hello” rather than waiting for them to choose you. Don’t waste time with people who don’t treat you well. Even if you are not interested, be kind and respectful to people who show an interest in you. Try to see your potential partner as a whole person, recognizing the things you find endearing as well as the ones you see as negative. You are beyond the confusion of your 20s and 30s and have clarified many of your major life values. Author of the recently released book, “Who Am I Without My Partner?

Recognize the power you have to be successful in your dating pursuits and use it. Not everything your date says or does will sit well with you. Take ownership of what is yours and communicate it honestly and directly. Those of you in your 40s and 50s are in a wonderful period of your lives.