Dating Over 40: Understanding Midlife Men and Fix Your Broken Picker

Are you out there dating and feel confused about what’s up with single men today?

Do you wish you could find the secret dating handbook to “get” single guys over 40?

Do you have a habit of picking the wrong guys, over and over again?

Today at the Dating for Keeps Expo I’ll (Ronnie Ann Ryan) be speaking at 5pm edt. about understanding midlife men. We’ll be talking about why men don’t call or disappear in a mysterious flash. Should a woman ask a man out or how you know if you are dating a romance junkie. Every every single insight this dating coach knows will be revealed from everything I’ve read including books and research studies, to the men I’ve coached and what they’ve revealed and what other dating experts say.  If you’re confused about men, this will help clear things up!

Then at 8pm edt, you’ll hear Dawn Maslar discuss her solutions for women who have a broken picker. Ever hear

Free Teleconference for Women 9/20-9/24

that term before? I bet you have! You know what I mean if you tend to date the same type of guy who inevitably disappoints you or breaks your heart. Discover how to break this pattern and fix your picker so you can find a good man to love.

It’s all part of the Dating for keeps Expo happening all week for National Singles Week. And best of all, it’s free! Register now and you’ll still get to hear four programs, two today and two tomorrow. Or you might want to get the MP3 downloads to find out what you’ve missed on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.  Once you sign up, you’ll learn how to listen to them.

It’s not too late! Register now so you don’t miss another program.

One response on “Dating Over 40: Understanding Midlife Men and Fix Your Broken Picker

  1. Cecile I.

    Greetings! I’ve been reading your blog for a long time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Houston Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the good work!

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