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I had no room for this kind of “game” in my life and told him so.
It went no where after that, but oddly, a year later, he contacted me again.
I did however kindly remind him that I was “just me.” To make a long story short, the guy, although very nice and well-meaning, was still devastated from the breakup of his marriage of many years and was totally idealizing me, seeking to fill the void in his life.
This also I mentioned as his obvious idealization was making me feel a little uncomfortable, although as a literay “exercise” it was enjoyable.
Yes, it can be fun and flirtatious, but if there’s no chemistry when you meet, then it’s all for naught.We went out for dinner but after the “stalker” phone calls, I just felt no connection.I was willing to be a friend, but I never heard from him again. He was really a good and sincere man and interesting and creative, just really struggling.But without that feedback, I look for the subtleties. Get your copy of Tagged as: 40 dating, boomer dating, Dating after 40, dating after 50, dating over 40, dating over 40 advice, dating over 50, dating over forty, friends dating, mature dating, midlife dating, older women dating younger men, online dating book for women over 40, over 40 dating, senior dating Oy, does this bring back memories!Some years ago I dated a guy for about a month who was sweet but so needy that I had to back away (very quickly) and ended it almost before it had begun.