I had a great marriage and my husband passed away 3 years ago.
I’m 57 now, active, fit healthy and financially secure. I am lonely and people are starting to ask me when I’m going to move on and start dating. I was married to my high school sweetheart. I know there are so many creeps out there and I’m wondering if I should bother starting to look. I know you are the love expert so I figured I ought to ask you.
Is it really worth putting yourself out there?
There are several studies that have focused on the health benefits of being in a loving, healthy relationship. Hands down, being loved and in love has tremendous physical advantages. Studies have shown that peoples’ lives are often extended when they are happily married. I always refer to it as an insurance policy, particularly for men, when they have love and purpose they tend to live longer.
One of the hormones triggered when individuals are in love is dopamine that evokes many positive feelings including pleasure, optimism, energy and a sense of well-being. Oxytocin lowers stress hormones and is released by physical touch, such as hugging, hand-holding and having sex. Studies have also indicated that being in a healthy, loving relationship boosts your immune system.
Aside from the physical affects of love, life with love is always better. I would suggest you contact me to help in your search for love.
We will guide and coach you throughout and during the process of filling your heart with love. As a matter of fact, we are offering memberships with unlimited matches for qualifying men for a one year period. This has my phone ringing with wonderful men who are looking for great ladies. My clients are all screened, criminal record checked and non-smokers. I am interviewing in Saskatoon all week. Call me at 306-978-LOVE (5683) or 204-257-LOVE (5683) and we can talk about starting your search for another amazing man.