Dating Over 40: Discover a Man’s Perspective on Dating

Here’s your Daily Dose of Dating Advice-

Meet John Follis.  He’s an award-winning Madison Avenue ad guy, 52, good looking, been married and in a few long-term relationships.  Let’s say that John has done his share of dating and he shares his views on the Internet and more in the second interview of the Decoding Dating series.

Seems John has some surprising insight into dating and a rather creative way of expressing himself.  Well, he is in advertising right?  Here are a few highlights…

– His thoughts on why men take your number but don’t call
– Why your feelings about the weather reveal quite a bit about your personality
– The difference between high hopes and high expectations
– How women tend to force-fit, while men tend to play the numbers
– Why the busy bee is a turn off
– When body language tells more of the story that words
– "Life is Cake" philosophy and how that makes you far more attractive

It’s a great interview – one you don’t want to miss. John’s wisdom has application for anyone dating today. No snap answers – John will give you a new perspective on a few aspects of dating that will shift your experience for the better.

Want to know more?  Visit Decoding Dating 

2 thoughts on “Dating Over 40: Discover a Man’s Perspective on Dating”

  1. Hi Jen,
    I’m definitely not a fan of asking men out. I do think the saying “he’s just no that into you” is fairly accurate. No matter how shy, if he’s interested enough he will pursue. And if he doesn’t know what to do after you’ve flirted with him, do you really want him?

    My bet is – he’s already involved OR doesn’t want a work involvement. But honestly it could be anything. So get out there and flirt with some new men. There are plenty of fish in the sea. Don’t get stuck on a non-responsive man. –Ronnie

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  2. so…. is the saying true “he’s just not that into you”? I feel like I’ve been flirting with this guy at work -attractive, funny, smart, a star in his department. You’d think after a month or so of casual conversations etc, he’d at least ask me for a cup of coffee in the cafeteria downstairs. Do I give up? Ask him? (don’t say that – had enough of that). What’s up?

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