It's Never Too Late to Date

Shirley and Howard's RXs for Dating and Mating after 50
  • Published: March 2009
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 192
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781440113789
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The (Soon-To-Be) Best Selling Mature Singles Dating Book

Too many women in their 50s and beyond have given up on ever meeting Mr. Practically Perfect. But a small inner voice wonders, "Will I always have to go to bed with a book?” Responding to that voice, the authors' inspiring message is, "It's never too late. We did it. So can you. Here’s how!”

DATING WISDOM 101
• “Turn off your Shy Button. Shrinking violets bloom unseen.”
• “No need to despair if your hourglass figure has gained half an hour. It’s never too late to lose weight.”
• “The only thing you get from sitting around waiting for romance to happen is creases in your skirt.”
• “When it comes to choosing women, men are as shallow as your bathtub.”
• “If you don’t like what you see in the mirror, don’t break the mirror.”
• “Your cup isn’t half-empty. It’s just waiting to be filled. Start pouring!”
• “Most men are as attracted to cleavage as toddlers are to electric sockets and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.”
• “Smile. Smile. Smile. Why do we love babies? Their wonderful smiles make up for what’s in their diapers.”
• “Make a habit of going to bed with comfort food, and the only thing you’ll find beside you when you wake up in the morning is a bunch of crumbs.”
• “It’s better to eat breakfast with the morning paper than with the wrong man.”

PAGES FROM AN Rx PAD
• Want to fly? You’ve got to flap your wings.
• Never walk your dog in a tattered T-shirt.
• Smile. Smile. Smile.
• Persist. Persist. Persist.
• Play the cyberspace numbers game.
• Network as if you were NBC.
• Go where the guys go.
• If at first you don’t succeed, it’s his fault.
• He doesn’t have to be Richard Gere (though that would be nice).
• How to deal with the guy who’s shy.
• Put on your Oprah hat.
• Don’t endlessly seek the spouse you’ve lost.
• Be friends before you’re lovers.
• Teach him about the birds, the bees, and Viagra.
• Don’t keep what you’re thinking a secret.
• Sex is wonderful, but it isn’t everything.
• Be very sure before you call the moving man.

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