Professional liars secretly married and dating
A few hours later, I got my first match — one of the men had liked me back.
Mike, a 49-year-old mechanic, cut straight to the chase. I quickly ducked below the window and turned off my phone.
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Her husband of 24 years, the father of her three children, had come home from work and announced he didn’t love her any more and wanted to leave. Their sex life was hardly the firework display of their 20s, and sometimes she’d look over at this snoring, paunchy, greying man on the other side of the bed and wonder: ‘Is this it?
She sat and calmly listened to his footsteps upstairs in the bedroom as he packed his bag. ’A few of her divorced and single friends had talked about meeting men on Tinder — a mobile phone dating app with 50 million users globally. Presented with someone’s profile on their screens, users are asked to swipe left for ‘no’ and right for ‘yes’ if they like the look of them.
Clearly, I was going to have to keep my wits about me. When I first dated 30 years ago, we’d shyly share a warm Bacardi and coke and talk about Duran Duran.
Every day, Claire Morton thinks back to that moment in November when she could have saved her marriage. While she loved her husband, like most couples in long marriages, she felt they had become a little staid and set in their ways. Fifty-three-year-old travel agent Claire Morton's husband left her after 24 years Though shocked and hurt, the mother of three from Colchester, Essex, admitted she was excited about being single and joined dating app Tinder‘Bye then,’ she said, as he walked out of the door and out of her life Though shocked and hurt, Claire, a 53-year-old travel agent from Colchester, Essex, admits part of her was excited at the thought of being single again.While criticised by many for its commodification of sex and relation-ships, Tinder continues to grow exponentially.Claire says: ‘I’d hoped to meet some decent men in their 50s, someone with whom I could enjoy a conversation or a meal out.‘But it was horrendous and I’ve found that it’s zapped my confidence and made me feel a lot more anxious about the future.‘I’ve been shocked by the number of men who think it’s acceptable to send you pictures of their private parts.‘One man started sending me lewd messages, asking me what I’d like sexually.When I refused to interact with him, he sent more messages until I had to report him to the app and delete my profile.‘What I find particularly depressing is that these men think that’s what women today have been reduced to — that it’s a normal way to speak to a woman in 2017.‘If this is the way forward in dating, the world is going to be left full of single, lonely hearts.’Finally I felt ready to dip my toe back into dating.