Seeking love and marry dating
You shouldn’t have to settle for anyone.”How it happened: “When I was younger, I thought I'd be married by my 20s.
As I got older, I started to realize it doesn't happen for everyone that way and marriage isn’t going to make you a better person or fix any problems.
I liked the site because it asked unusual questions, like who’s your favorite superhero.
I didn’t have high expectations, but after a month, Kevin contacted me.
But when I was 46, I had complications with pneumonia and didn’t know if I was going to make it.I met John when I was 38 and he was 28; I’d taken on a second job where he worked.We were friends for a while, so when I fell in love with him, the age difference didn’t matter. Then, getting married felt right.”Her advice: “Love yourself first; that shines through.How it happened: “I wanted a marriage that was an equal partnership, one in which I could pursue my passions and career as CEO and co-founder of The Halo Group with my husband’s support.However, I was attracted to traditional men who had typical expectations of a wife, and I knew any of them would try to change me. He was sexy, smart, kind and, best of all, comfortable in his own skin, so my success wasn’t threatening.