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We have the answers: recently had a chat with Rachel Greenwald, dating coach and best-selling author of Find a Husband After 35 (Using What I Learned at Harvard Business School).
So for those of you who are a little rusty on the computer, you will definitely want to get a tech-savvy friend or relative to get you up to speed.
And, understand that even if you don't like it, or feel uncomfortable with it, the Internet is here to stay, and is absolutely a part of the fabric of dating today.
Q: I have a feeling that I come across as too needy, when I'm just trying to be friendly and inclusive. Rachel: Men and women can smell desperation a mile away, and if you have received feedback that you appear too needy or if you sense it in yourself, then you absolutely need to tone it down.
And dating, especially with any additional stigma as a result of this chronic condition, can be even more stressful as we strive to grow and enjoy the healthy, happy adult lives of our hopes and dreams. The online dating world is a challenge for everyone but we felt that every member of our particularly health-conscious community deserved a fresh network of open, caring, loving and safety-oriented singles that understand our particular health issues and our unique concerns.
Rachel: I think that dating at age 28 can be more leisurely; you have a bit longer to get to know somebody before deciding the relationship is or is not right.
If you're a woman who wants to have children, you're still in a place where time is your friend.
But whatever your behavior or communication that projects a needy image may be, it needs to stop, because it's a huge turn-off.
Q: Is there really a difference between dating at age 28 and dating at age 38, or is it all just a state of mind?