It was the morning after the night I'd been fretting about for the previous two-and-a half weeks, and the prospect of which had terrified me for the past three years.
I had just spent the night with Stephen - the first man I'd been intimate with since the break-up of my 15-year marriage.
[You can see my original short answer plus the opinions of a number of Midlife Forum participants by looking at that discussion thread.] So how long do you wait before fooling around? If you give it up too quickly, is that a bad sign for the potential relationship?
Not so long ago, a newly single woman in her 40s, with two children, would have been expected by society to put on a brave face, say nothing of the pain caused by her divorce and resign herself to celibacy.
Here are 6 rules to Have boundaries while being real.
It is important to have boundaries and to not reveal more or do more than you are completely comfortable with.
The Three Date Rule I believe that when you start dating someone, SOMETHING should happen within three dates.
That something could be a major kiss, or it could mean some bedroom activity.