—-In the 1933 Universal Horror film, The Invisible Man, Claude Rains plays a scientist who becomes invisible when he starts experimenting with a dangerous chemical.
This radical and sudden change turns him from a compassionate seeker of knowledge into a murderer, bent on chaos and destruction. He refuses the call to action that will lead to the journey that will change his life forever. We can even teach other men how to become invisible. I will now show you the ingredients that led to my invisibility.
"I want women to feel they're desirable and hot," says Paula, who is 51 but looks younger.
"It's all about giving hope to women who feel they're on the scrap heap." With this in mind, one-to-one sessions are set up in the tea rooms of the capital's top hotels.
If you can't remember when someone last asked you out, it isn't the minefield of how to behave in a restaurant that causes anguish, it's securing a date in the first place.
Former corporate high-flier Paula Rosdol, a London-based American, specialises in helping women in midlife and beyond relaunch themselves onto the dating scene.
In other words, you’ve earned wisdom that you didn’t have when you were younger.
While dating after 40 might appear to have its unique set of challenges, it doesn’t have to be something to be dreaded. Don’t let a sense of urgency or the proverbial ticking clock impair your dating judgment.
Be clear about what you’re looking for in a relationship from the beginning.
An advantage to dating later in life is that you should know yourself better than you did in your younger years.
To date successfully you can’t be holding your dinner companion responsible for the sins of an ex.
Give your date a fair chance, not comparing him to those who’ve come before. Try not to rush the get-to-know-each-other process.