She came home to 150 responses, some of which included shots of male private parts propped next to a beer can or TV remote for perspective.
Several “creepy” hookups later, she discovered Ashley Madison.com, the site that caters to married people looking for affairs.
For Goldman, who enjoys seeing “sophisticated, successful” men her age, it’s just what the doctor ordered. “If a guy’s straying and he’s in his 20s, 30s and 40s, he’s a dog,” she says.
“But if he’s over 60, his wife doesn’t laugh at his jokes anymore, she isn’t interested in sex, he’s been relegated to [picking] up the milk on his way home … She says she’s too busy to think about settling down again. “Sit down with a pad and take stock of what you’d like [in a man] and what you have to offer him, and be realistic,” she says. ” If he suggests going to a restaurant you don’t like, speak up.
“I work seven days a week, and I love it,” she says. “If you’re a sporty girl, you won’t find your man in a library! “They don’t want to get beaten up by someone they fix you up with, so they’ll work harder to find someone who likes you.” Get a good gynecologist. “And if he asks for a reason, give him one: ‘I think it sucks! “Relationships are about intimacy and making the other person feel wanted,” Goldman says.