Many midlife women would prefer not to be reminded about St Valentine’s Day because it reminds them of the love they are not getting.
If this rings with you, you aren’t alone. Lots of Midlife Women are experiencing a Love Deficit. That means they feel they are giving out much more love than they are getting back.
The most important source of love
is your intimate partner. You may have a supposedly ‘loving partner’ but you know you are not going to get a Valentine’s Card from them.
You look back to earlier times, when that love was hot, and wonder where it went?
Should I go or should I stay?
The question you might ask yourself is – Can it be revived or am I better off looking around? In other words – Should I go or should I stay?
Before you make any big decisions, can I suggest you take some time to understand that the game of midlife love is essentially different from the romantic love we remember from our youth?
What is more, midlife men are very different from the young bucks we encountered when we were that age. They have matured and hardened in that time into predictable personality types.
How Chess can help
I have discovered that most of them fall into four categories. I have found their characters are surprisingly similar to the four male pieces in the game of Chess.
Also there is only one woman in a Chess team and she is the most powerful piece. I think she represents a useful model for a midlife woman entering the ‘Game of Midlife Love’.
You can learn more about these midlife men and how to sort then out, and the nature of midlife love, from my new video learning course ‘How to Find Love in Middle Life with help from the Game of Chess’.
Its price is £29 but, I am making a half price offer for the Valentine’s weekend. That means you can learn from this series of nine short videos and six accompanying quizzes for only £14.50.
This offer is only for Valentine’s weekend and ends at midnight on Sunday February 17th 2019. After that the price is back to £29.