Dating Over 40: NY Times Article Looks at Cougars & Mentions New Book with My Chapter

Don't Ever Call Me Ma'amIf you are interested in the cougar phenomenon, the NY Times  ran a very interesting article that includes authorities from many research studies around the country. The article, entitled “Rethinking the older woman-younger man relationship” is lengthy and filled with surprising statistics about this new trend that began with the stars and is now part of real life.

At the very end, the author mentions the new book with my chapter – Don’t Ever Call Me Ma’am, by Linda Franklin. How exciting! Her book does take a fresh look at women over 40, not as preying on younger men, but as being smart, sexy, independent women proud to be over 40. That’s hard to argue with if you ask me! What over 40 women doesn’t want to be described this way?

Linda Franklin encourages women to live full, rich lives and to go for their dreams. This is a positive and empowering message. Since her background is financial, the final chapters are devoted to managing your money and she offers lots of great advice.

Feeling cougar-like or willing to admit you’re a wanna be? Great – pick up your copy today.

Single for too long, Ronnie wanted to find love. She put her skills from personal development and her spiritual path to work, dating 30 men in 15 months to meet her adorable husband Paul. Discovering the keys to manifesting and midlife dating, she founded It’s Never Too Late to help smart, successful women find love or live an empowered and magical life. Ronnie Ann Ryan, MBA, CCC, is a Certified Coach who has helped 1,000s of midlife women with her Love & Magical Life Coach services. She’s the host of the Breathe Love & Magic podcast and has been featured on NBC, ABC, & Fox News, NPR, BBC, eHarmony, MSN.com, and Connecticut Magazine among others. Also, Ronnie is the author of 6 books which are available on Amazon.

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