Dating Advice For Middle Aged Women

This site is dedicated to sharing my experience and knowledge of online dating advice for women, especially middle aged women, over 40 years old. It discusses dating psychology that I found interesting from a number of books I have read.

I also use my own personal dating stories and thoughts. I have been trained as a scientist and have tried to use my training in that field in my writing along with my interests and experiences.

It is merely unprofessional dating advice for women from a person interested in psychology who is living through a middle aged divorce; someone who has suffered the joys and sorrows of online middle aged dating.

Check out my dating advice store page for a organized list of books and products I recommend.

In particular this middle age dating advice site focuses on:

This blog was started on September 2013 and I plan to gradually add dating advice articles related to these topics.  The focus is to help women with the pain of dating after divorce.

Dating Advice For Women

Here is a list of pages and posts on this site so far:


Posts by category

I am not a licensed therapist, a dating coach or a life coach. I just have read a lot of psychology books, divorce books and dating books and have a keen interest in those topics. I want to share my experiences in the hope of helping others.



Thanks for reading and I wish you good luck in finding love!



If you would like to add an online dating story to this site, please submit it below for consideration.

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One Response to “Dating Advice For Middle Aged Women

  • Shelly
    3 years ago

    WOW!! As a 48 year old seperated woman, realizing my relationship will never heal, you freaking hit the nail on the head for me. My head! It will never be different between him and I. I now feel comfortable admitting that. I can turn loose of the useless, unrealistic hope he actually loves me enough to change his BS. I already knew, in my head, after all the lies, for all the years, and all his begging me to forgive him him and he won’t do it again, yet he does as soon as my back is turned…and then tries to lie despite the proof I have (what did we do do before screen shot and history in the 80s??) he’d never change, now, thanks to YOUR words of wisdom, it is easier to accept. Thank You!!

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