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My first question is: Does Match.com or Date.com (etc...) work for 55+ men ?

My next question is: I've been dating (online dating with Match.com) this guy for about 3 months now, and in the beginning it was GREAT.  He sent flowers, would email and text me to tell me how great I am and how much I meant to him... stuff like that.  We live about an hour away, and both have kids from previous relationships, so we only get to see each other about once a week for one or two days at a time. .

He seems to becoming a little more distant lately... less forthcoming with the "i'm thinking of you" emails, etc.  Am I being completely paranoid, or is he becoming distant because he needs space? .

This is the best and healthiest relationship (thru Match.com) I've ever been in, and I don't know if he's just getting comfortable and I'm completely overreacting, or what!  Help!..

Comments (3)

Your question was: Does Match.com or Date.com (etc...) work for 55+ men ?

Tough to say.   but you cant really keep up a barrage of emails and texts like that for forever. .

In any case, if something were bothering me so much, id just ask the person about it.  easy...

Comment #1

I agree with secretlobster - if he needs space, he most likely will say so, and just because he's not big on emails out of the blue and flowers, etc., at this stage of the game doesn't mean he's pulling away from you, but that he just doesn't have to put forth as much effort to "woo" you now that he's gotten your attention and interest..

I'd say just try to enjoy being with him and don't be overly clingy or upset that he's not sending you these outward displays of affection so much anymore. You've only been seeing each other for 3mos, so give it time.

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Comment #2

Well when things start becoming less new, more routine, the intense honeymoon phase morphs so not necessarily cause for concern..

But next time you see each other perhaps in a casual way you can bring up the topic of how the relationship (thru Match.com) is feeling for each of you.

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Comment #3


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