Be Open Listing tall, dark, and handsome as requirements is as trite as listing petite, blonde, and long-legged, and adhering to narrow physical parameters ensures rejection.
It's a wrongheaded way to source dates, and makes the email sender look desperate and foolish to everyone but the equally desperate and foolish.
No Uphill Battles We all get rejected for some reason some of the time, but we can limit the number. Right or wrong, lots of boomers have a specific and sometimes narrow age range they're willing to date.
It's wrong to reject an otherwise perfect man or woman because they're not quite tall enough or slender enough.
Think outside your fantasy box and don't reject someone simply because they don't fit your fantasy 100 percent.
But rejection is a painful experience no matter how emotionally steeled you are, and it's impossible to ignore your feelings about it.
It's important not to let it affect your self-esteem.
Boston manages to meld scrappy and intellectual -- a relatively small city that is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world, bolstered by culture, parks and a fine quality of life.
Greater Boston (population 4.5 million) includes the city of Boston (617,594) and more than 100 cities and towns.
Not Alligator Skin No matter how often I remind my clients not to take rejection personally, they always do to some extent.
It saddens me to watch someone I care about get hurt, and it reminds me of my own drama around rejection.
The Arnold Arboretum at Harvard is one of the finest in the world.