How You Can Find Mr. Right and Keep Him After 50

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Most women of a certain age want a man in their lives that they can grow old with. They have tried various ways of meeting this guy — whether they ask their friends to set them up or they go online to meet men. Soon, you’ll start thinking to yourself that you’re being too picky, but you don’t want to settle. After all, why should you? You’ve lived long enough to know what you do and don’t want, so you should be able to have exactly that.

How about this… Take a look at what you’ve been doing to meet a man. Have you been giving it your all or are you only halfheartedly putting in the effort. Your subconscious commitment is actually messing with your goal.

1. Stop Putting Negative Vibes Out Into the Universe

Excuses are preventing you from finding the guy of your dreams. Remember that the universe will always provide you with whatever you set your heart on. You want to focus on what you really desire—even if that means a man and a relationship. There is no shortage of good guys, but there are less than savory men on the prowl as well. If you want Mr. Right to come into your life, you have to believe that he will.

2. Don’t Let Excuses Get in the Way

When you allow excuses to sneak back into your life, they will wreak havoc on your life because your mind will always play tricks on you all in the name to keep you safe. You will have to push them into the back of your mind so that you can focus on the relationship you desire with the man you want to be with. Too often we get caught up in what we want in a man, rather than why we want those qualities. You want to get a clear sight of what you want, why you want it, and the belief that it will come to you in good time.

3. Seek the Support You Need

It isn’t going to be easy dating again in your 50s. There are plenty of ways that you can get support and information that you may need in order to find the right man for you. You can join a support group, hire a match maker, read a book—do whatever you think it will take to attract the relationship that you truly desire.
When you place more focus in other aspects of your life, there is going to be one that suffers. And for most women who are concerned about their careers, their families, or their friends, it is their love lives that suffer. By turning to various means of support, you can shift that focus back to your love life and get what you so truly desire—a good man and a fulfilling relationship.