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Try as he might, the 60-year-old fabulous guy can’t measure up to her expectations because she’s looking for a man who doesn’t exist.(They are men, after all.) She won’t get a call from either of these guys and forever wonder why since she thinks she gave him what he wants. I’m a full time working mum with strong friendships and enjoy my hobbies when I can fit them in amongst taking care of my children unsupported and on my own – since my divorce I’ve dated 2 men.You know that dating after 40 (or at any stage of life, for that matter! When you appreciate the same is true for the men you date, it will go a long way toward building compassion and, in turn, building relationships. The first I met at a school event via friends and we dated for 18 months – a lovely man but ultimately not into having a family and we broke up but are still friends (he came with his mum and dad to watch my last open mic set) – my current boyfriend, I actually met 3 years ago at a friends 40th birthday do but I was going through my separation so completely oblivious to other men.The Princess The Princess is confident, well put together, and very attractive. She still follows “The Rules” and requires that her man do what she wants when she wants. She’s a scorekeeper, and she alone decides when he’s given enough to satisfy her…or when he hasn’t and is history.The Princess has an “I deserve it” attitude and has little or no concern for how she can make the other person happy.