Has anyone read this book by Amy Spencer?
Isnt that always the way Glean..
I think if I had done things differently I would be happy with someone right now and I wouldnt be in such dire straits as I am now. I made stupid choices when it came to men and life and I could have done it differently instead of hanging onto the wrong ones I could have found the right one.. Now it could be too late for me as I am 58 years old.
Maybe we do get more chances but they are very few and far between but right now I wont miss out on one single opportunity as life gets shorter and shorter...
soconfused2005 wrote:Marina - I believe this was the first I'd mentioned the book and I am not affiliated in any way with the author.
Marina - I believe this was the first I'd mentioned the book and I am not affiliated in any way with the author.
I agree, I liked that the book had a positive tone, and didn't push OLD, or any specific strategy.
The chapter on choosing whether you like to be single or want a relationship made me think quite a bit.
cfk_3 wrote:"... and not make finding a man a second full-time job." Sometimes being in a relationship is like a full-time job, too.
Oh, I agree.
I had a sneaky suspicion it didnt relate to over 50 crowd because statistically the best population to buy those kind of books are 20 and 30 and 40 somethings.. I am starting to believe its all about money now with these books and love gurus.because they know the market and who to sell to.
A few months ago I wrote to Dr. Drew Pinksky.. Well? his show that is on tv called life changers.. I wrote in and asked to do a show on women and men over 50 looking for love. I never heard anything