Flirting Tips for Midlife Daters

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If you’re dating again after 40, you may need to brush up on your flirting. In this short video, I share simple—yet powerful—flirting tips.

When it comes to flirting, a lot of people who are returning to the dating pool in midlife feel out of practice and uncomfortable. How do you flirt without it feeling awkward or fake? In this short video I filmed for Bottom Line, Inc., I offer a few flirting tips to help you be more successful at this thing we call love!

Note: Flirting is not necessarily an invitation for sex. And you don’t have to be fake. Instead, it is a way to convey subtle, focused attention. Flirting can include offering compliments, being playful, lightly touching your date’s forearm (but don’t overdo it!). And the best flirting tip of all…smile.

 

Flirting Tips for Midlife Daters

I asked my private Facebook group to share some of their favorite flirting tips.

Here’s what they said:

– Wear a dress that shows some cleavage πŸ‘— and cover it up with a light sweater. Then, if you really like him, take it off and make him sweat πŸ˜“. It makes them lose their concentration.
– Tie a knot in the stem of the cherry with your tongue. Kidding, I suck at flirting!
– Eye contact with a smile and gently bite my lip. Kinda hard to explain…
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Watch the video below to learn my simple but powerful flirting tips. 

flirting tips

Do you have a few of your own that I haven’t mentioned? Please leave a comment below and help other midlife daters relax into flirting.

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