Just because you're over fifty and alone, doesn't mean you can't date if you want to. And then, some of you may have already decided the single life isn't for you. You may find it difficult to get back into the swing of things. It's hard enough to ask someone new out, but before you do this, you should have some great date ideas. So for those of you who are challenged on ways to think up creative ideas, you might want to pick up a copy of Jordan Gray's new book, 50 Powerful Date Ideas: Brag-Worthy, Cost Effective Dates From A Professional Dating Coach. His thoughts on modern dating and relationships have been featured in numerous print publications, and on radio and television broadcasts internationally.
I downloaded the book this morning. The Kindle version is free for the next 24-h8hrs as an Amazon promotion. I was really impressed with the number of great ideas for dates as well as for his system on rating each one. For each of the ideas he presents he rates them on:
- Physical intimacy potential
- Emotional intimacy potential
- Conversational ease
- Cost Effective
This is a wonderful idea. For example, if you are too nervous that you may have difficulty carrying on long conversations, then you might choose one of the ideas that are on the higher end of the scale (rated from 1-5) for conversational ease.
Granted, this book is written from a man's perspective and is obviously more for men than women, but both sexes can get some great ideas out of it, for exciting date ideas. So download it now while it's free!
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