This past summer, 51-year-old Dan Perino made the NYC streets his own personal dating site by plastering more than 40,000 flyers of himself with his contact info and a short bio that read, "Looking for a Girlfriend."Now more than six months later, it sounds like his creepy dating advertisements have finally paid off-- in more ways than ever imaginable..
"I like models a whole lot better than a cute, short blonde.
He's confident enough in his own life that he can support someone else's dreams and goals.
He's matured enough not to let the little things blow him over.
Even if she gets ghosted, she realizes that someone else's immaturity isn't a reflection of her worth as an individual as a romantic partner."A mature woman knows if [someone] is ghosting or slowly fading away, that it’s OK," Davis says.
"A mature woman tends to be a confident woman that knows they are worthy of being loved.
You'll know exactly where he stands, and if you don't, you'll be able to ask him, and you can have an adult conversation about it. You don't argue over petty things that don't actually warrant concern.
Check out the “Sex & Relationships” stream in the Bustle App for tips, tricks, and advice on friends, sex, dating, and everything in-between."She’ll likely address it in a calm and direct way, such as, 'I noticed you haven’t been as responsive lately. '"With a grown-ass woman, there's no beating around the bush.If she notices someone fading out on her, she'll address it directly and get to the bottom of things."The first step will be to address the fade," April Davis, relationship expert and CEO of LUMA – Luxury Matchmaking, tells Bustle.You trust each other because you know that you're both trustworthy. You don't collapse into each other or cease to exist outside your bedroom for the first three months.Because you have shit to do, and he has shit to do.