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I soon got engaged and lived with a woman for a year. And yes, I discovered along the way that I love meeting new people, I love hearing life stories, I love women (I knew that before turning 50).
I can hear the knee-jerk chorus: "No man who dates a lot loves women." Well, I do.
) -- I genuinely empathize with older women who feel they have being rowing the boat alone. " I like it for the same reason I have gone down many professional paths. I don't know that doing one thing for years or being with one person for years is necessarily for everyone. You can have a relationship with anyone you want and (most) people are fine with that.
I know what it's like to raise kids alone, I know that these women have sacrificed professional lives and friendships and social and financial benefits others have enjoyed.
At first glance, Medellin women do not perceive me as a foreigner due to the way I look.
So I do not have that instant “gringo effect” on them.
Most of the critical comments zeroed in on how many dates I've had and not on the fact that I was being quite critical of men who are selfish and egotistical and not appreciative of women. For those who are interested, I wrote about it for Parents Magazine. When I finally started to date because I felt that at 16 and 13 the kids were old enough to deal with it, I put a toe in the water. That's why there's so many successful dating websites! Since then I've had one five-year relationship, and a handful of shorter ones. If that's being committed to being uncommitted, well then, I am guilty. We're supposed to admire couples that have been together, for many years. People over 50 seem to understand the need for private time, but are baffled by the concept that someone wouldn't want to be in a relationship.
A little background on why I've gone on so many dates might help. But why is a long relationship automatically worthy of admiration? We used to aspire to and admire people who spent decades at one company until we realized that such a career might signal stagnancy more than achievement, and that such loyalty was rarely rewarded by their employers.
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My most recent posting elicited more than a few comments, many of them predictably harshly critical of me for dating so much and being "committed to being uncommitted." I've learned some things during my over 50 dating years, and hope some of those lessons are of help to people my age -- men AND women (and yes, next column will be advice for women, as foolish as that may seem to some readers coming from such an uncommitted cad as I). I got divorced 20 years ago and after a three-year, three-state child custody battle that cost more -- financially and emotionally -- than one can imagine, I got sole custody of my then 11- and 8-year-old children. I was busy raising these fabulous kids (the best thing I've ever done) and laser-focused on that and only that. I've been married, engaged, and in a few long relationships. After all, the vast majority of men and women on these dating sites had been in long-term marriages. If you're "alone," you must be either a social pariah, (Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber), or terribly, terribly pathetic and sad and unable to maintain a relationship.
The “gringo effect” is the reaction a foreign guy gets from girls here in Medellin.