This week I had the pleasure of being a featured guest on a Facebook LIVE interview over at DivorceForce with Sandy Weiner, Founder of Last First Date. Sandy is devoted to helping women of 40 and over achieve healthy, toe-curling love! She is an internationally known TEDx speaker, dating coach, author, and podcast host who believes and teaches that a woman of value attracts her best partner.
Below is a repost of Sandy’s blog. The original can be found here.
Dating after divorce can be scary, exciting, and frustrating. In today’s video, author Anne Grey shared our best tips for successfully dating after divorce. Check it out!
This week, I was honored to be a featured guest on Divorce Force’s Facebook Live broadcast, where the topic was women over 40 who are dating after divorce. Host, Jenn Butler, interviewed me and Anne Grey, author, consultant, and advocate for women over 40 who specializes in empowering women to navigate the world of dating apps to find gratifying relationships. She is the author of Amazon Best Seller, Sex and the Single Girl, A Slightly Older Girl’s Guide to Dominating the Dating World. She is an expert contributor on divorceforce.com and is a frequent podcast guest on casts such as Sextacular You with Dr. Ebert, Ready for Love Radio and Love University. Watch the video and check out highlights below.
Watch the Dating After Divorce Video
Jenn: I am grateful to have you both here and really excited to talk about this topic, because I think after divorce AND over 40, dating can feel this whole other mountain to climb. So many ladies in our community have written in about awful experiences, not knowing what to do or how to start, and some have even just decided to give up and be alone forever. So, this is going to be really helpful for all of you watching today.
Highlights of what we covered:
What are some of the common fears you see women have around getting back out and dating?
Is there a right time to start to consider dating again after divorce?
Is there preparation or inner work that you suggest women focus on?
Are there questions women should ask themselves to help them know if they are ready?
When is the right time to have sex?
What should women expect to be different from before? Does “old fashioned” type of dating exist anymore?
The world of dating apps-use them or not?
What type of attitude toward dating do you suggest for women to have?
What are the possibilities when women are willing to take the risk and put themselves out there?
Anne and I share very different points of view about many of the topics, which made this interview engaging and fun. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
Share your key takeaways, and bonus points for commenting about what your biggest struggles and triumphs were when dating after divorce.
What do you think?