Bobbi Palmer’s Free Webcast & Videos!

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datingI just got this from Bobbi Palmer (I love her) – and started watching her free videos right away…take advantage:

“Are you ready to fall in love with a great guy? The one you have in mind is probably smart, charming, interesting, fun, hot!

But your challenge is where to meet him, right? This is one of the most common complaints from women: Where are all the quality men?! And that’s especially loud coming from women in their 40s, 50s and beyond. I’m Bobbi Palmer – THE Dating and Relationship Coach for Women Over 40. I had plenty of ‘dry spells’ when I was single and made all the mistakes you can imagine.

Then I learned how to meet, attract and choose good men. And soon after I started my happily ever after life as a first-time bride at 47.

(Yes, really…and this is by far the BEST time of my life!) My job as your coach is to tell you the truth and give you the TOOLS that will actually lead you to meeting the men you want to meet, not just give you quick silly stuff that may or may not work.

The truth is that men are everywhere and anywhere – really good men – but it takes some work and some skill in order to meet them. It’s just not as easy as showing up and being in a room with them.

That’s why I developed a roadmap to love after 40 that helps you attract men everywhere (and then pick the right one).

Thousands of capable women around the world are already using that system to get results in the romance department. There IS a man who is going to fit into your already great, (mostly) happy life and join you for a forever, passionate GROWNUP love story.

And I’m going to show exactly what to do when you’re finally in the same room with Him! To help you find him…I have put together an exciting new (absolutely free) webcast called, Casting the Net: Where is He and How Do I Meet Him?

It’s starts Thursday, March 6th at 5:30pm Pacific time. ==> Save your spot in my complimentary webcast HERE  <== Here’s just a taste of what I’ll be sharing…

  • Where all those amazing, single grownup MEN are hanging out (And how you can cozy up to them when you see them!)
  • The #1 thing you can do to instantly see love potential everywhere. (Seriously, you are missing opportunities and this one thing explodes your chances of meeting single men!)
  • A quick and easy way to get back in the love game even if you haven’t dated for years (You need to start dating again because you won’t find him sitting at home alone)
  • The #1 secret of the World’s best “Love After 40” coach (No one else has the nerve to tell you this and it’s what’s keeping you single and alone)
  • How a super successful, independent and loser-at-dating woman became a first time bride at 47 (The 6 simple steps she used that you can model to start your own Romance Revolution!)
  • How making harmless whoopee with a man can clear your head, lift your mood, and make all this dating stuff so much easier and more fun (You may think the sexy part of your life is over, girlfriend, but it’s not!)

Listen, you want to be on this webinar… Your GROWNUP love story depends on it! Let’s do this.

You are only one click away… ==> Join me for this one-of-a-kind, no cost webcast!  

This LIVE training has my best tips and information. And what I’m going to tell you will sincerely change your life!

There is more than HOPE for you as a woman over 40…there is real proof that this is the BEST time for love!

Get ready to learn how to confidently and effectively initiate and maintain conversation with any man and, if you like him, get him to ask you out.

BIG BONUS ALERT: When you show up on the call this Thursday, March 6th at 5:30pm PT, you’ll get scripts for some of your ‘What-If’s’ to guide you AND if you join me via the web, you can ask me questions and I’ll answer…LIVE!

Oh and you’ll also learn some simple but oh-so effective uses of body language…all designed to help you make connections in a 100% classy and grownup way.

No game playing…just being YOU so you attract the guys who dig who you really are. See you there! As always, with love and support,

P.S. It would be a shame for you to miss this webcast. It’s time for you to stop being dateless, repel the losers and attract the smart, interesting, commitment minded ‘alpha men’ you fantasize about!

See you on the webcast! ==> Mark your calendar for March 6th at 5:30pm PT. Lines are limited to show up a little early!

From Rori: Let me know how Bobbi helps you in the free videos and teleclass – I want to introduce you to coaches who have different specialties, different stories…and Bobbi’s great… Love, Rori

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34 Comments

  1.  #1Femininewoman on March 6, 2014 at 9:02 am

    Yupp 🙂



  2.  #2Cris on March 6, 2014 at 11:21 am

    I agree completely! The 40’s are the best and the 50’s can be even better!!



  3.  #3Violette on March 6, 2014 at 12:46 pm

    I’d love to watch this because I’d like to get off of online dating as soon as possible. I don’t like it.

    I won’t be able to watch it though. And I would like to meet some new men.

    I have an date with an online guy today. I am not looking forward to it. It’s really something to notice how totally grose I feel inside, to an exaggerated degree really.

    The guy doesn’t look handsome to me, has been kind of nice but a bit icky with the plan-making. I plan to relax, try to keep it short, and have some fun if I can. And I’m going to go ahead and look beautiful. But in a relaxed, not too much makeup kind of way. Comfortable.

    I feel sad G has stopped emailing me. After our romantic week before I moved he’d been in touch a lot. I want to release him, forgive him, and maybe not listen to his music anymore.



  4.  #4Senior Lady Vibe on March 6, 2014 at 2:53 pm

    60-something and 70-something is cool too…

    SLV
    xoxo



  5.  #5Kyla on March 6, 2014 at 3:45 pm

    I feel happy! I have a new CD.. I shall call him the Russian 🙂 Yay! We had a great first date last night and he wanted to see me again tonight, tomorrow or Saturday and I’m completely booked up! My first opening is Sunday night so he set up a date. Sent a few texts today and called me now to chat before I go out! He keeps giving me advice and offering to help with future stuff, I love when guys get all ‘mr fix-it’ with me. I feel so happy and yummy.



  6.  #6prplpsn28 on March 6, 2014 at 4:31 pm

    Even tho there has been some bumps in the road, I do feel that since my divorce 6 yrs ago and being in my 40’s has been one of the best times in my life.



  7.  #7Shannon P. on March 6, 2014 at 7:23 pm

    This was all leaning forward stuff. All “it’s the woman that has to initiate because men are tired of it by our age” stuff.

    Is that really how it is? That at over 40, we suddenly have to become man-hunters? We must aggressively begin to approach men, or we’re destined to be the crazy cat lady?



  8.  #8Violette on March 6, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    Really Shannon P, weren’t there any tips on where to meet men? I feel sad I missed it…



  9.  #9Shannon P. on March 6, 2014 at 7:53 pm

    At meetups or the grocery store. I love meetup dot com and I use it fairly often. But I’m in my early 40s and all the men that show up for these meetups seem to be in their late fifties or older. It’s nice to hang out with other people, but I’m not interested in men in their 50s or older.

    And honestly, she lumped all of the questions together and “answered them” with “get my program, it will help you!”

    It didn’t feel very good to me. It was all about approaching men, and honestly the information wasn’t as good as Mathew Hussey’s advice in that area. She falls back on the old “6 full seconds gaze” rule, which isn’t that great of advice, personally. It’s advice women give to women that is like “make him happy”…

    But you can buy her program on flirting for grownups. It was high pressure sales, really.



  10.  #10Luzydel on March 6, 2014 at 9:11 pm

    I feel so unmotivated about meeting new men… there’s is going to be always one who awakens thos monsters in me and make me fall for him and then don’t catch me, just leave me in the floor. And I have to pick up myself again and try again and then the same thing happens, I fall for someone who mirrors and act as long as he can like the man I want, then BAM!! I fall flat and have to rebuild myself. Or I meet men who are so broken that they suck my energy.

    I feel drained thinking about men. I feel jealous of the women who find that missing puzzle piece in their man and everything just fits. And I wonder, if I am not crazy about me enough that men just don’t fall; or I am just too nice and honest and open. Or maybe perhaps I am not cut for permanent relationships.

    Cutecd came back from deployment, but he is back at okcupid and I felt so hurt, because we were meeting on sunday and now that I think about it; it was leading to a “hook up” and not a real date. And I feel so naive and hurt and sad. I want a man who is careful with my feelings and is considerate…

    I have to protect myself, because I am realizing I am still a little innocent and hopeful that men are good people and some men are like wolves who wont care about hurting me.



  11.  #11Luzydel on March 6, 2014 at 9:33 pm

    so he texted me asking what was bothering me and I was just going to do the usual avoidance… but I need to speak my truth and say it.. even if it comes out wrong.

    so I said this…

    “Truth is I don’t want this to turn into an fwb situation. I want an exclusive relationship with a man. I saw that you’re back at okc and I am noone to demand anything, but I felt sad. I respect your need to meet other people, but I cannot be intimate with you while you’re meeting other women. For me sex means a little more. I am not going to hide who I am. I want a man I can eventually love, respect and give my all, but he has to be ready to do the same for me. As always im open to communicate… sorry for the long txt but I can’t sleep if I don’t spesk my truth.”



  12.  #12Luzydel on March 7, 2014 at 3:53 am

    The Love You Deserve
    JANUARY 28, 2014 BY WILDSPICE MAGAZINE

    http://goodmenproject.com/sex-relationships/a-letter-you-deserve-kt/

    Sometimes it’s easy to settle and forget the kind of love that you deserve. This is a letter for me, for you and for anyone whom might need a reminder of what that kind of love looks like: what you are worth.

    You deserve more than someone who shifts to the other side of the bed leaving you dreading the thought of morning, a reminder that intoxicated desire looks different the morning after. You deserve someone who will want to wake up to touch where the sun seeps through the blinds and lands on your cheek. Someone who tells you how beautiful you are while you’re sleeping, when you’re mad, when you cry during your favorite movie even though you’ve seen it a thousand times. You deserve someone who appreciates you for all that you are. Someone who asks to keep lights on so that they can admire you in your purest state.

    Boris SV/Flickr
    You deserve someone who doesn’t agree with you all the time but when you argue, it feels as if you’re pushing each other to be your best selves. Someone who wants to sit down and talk with you until dusk turns to dawn about new beginnings, desires, the unknown, the indescribable feeling of ecstasy when you’re immersed in the warm ocean. Someone who knows that the touch of warm skin sometimes says more than a thousand conversations could. You deserve someone just as independent and driven as you are, if not more. Someone who will inspire you. Someone who will trust you enough to give you space to grow. Someone who pushes you to travel down a path of understanding, to be unashamed and to fill yourself with courage.

    nromagna/Flickr
    You deserve what is best for you and that will look different than what anyone else has. Although you’ll have to jump some hurdles to get there, fight tears, and endure nights alone … when you stumble upon what you deserve, from there, the rest won’t matter. Have faith that it will come when the time is right. You deserve it.
    Love,
    Someone who cares
    ♦◊♦



  13.  #13LoveAlways on March 7, 2014 at 4:16 am

    About meeting new men, it happens when we don’t expect it, I like Rori’s mantra in this regard! Just be surprised. Yes, it is sometimes consuming to think I’m not meeting new men, but I’m so busy enjoying the moments of my life that I don’t think about it at all until I meet a guy, and then he doesn’t really overwhelm me (no anticipation) so I can be cool and choose!

    I pick up little something from each expert or coach Rori highlights, but I feel best leaning back into my feminine energy and not pursuing men. Instead, I keep prepared to connect to the ones I meet, if I choose to.

    Yes, it is slow moving at times, but I don’t feel frustrated as much. Instead I feel beautiful, feminine and in control of my life. Men have always come along and they will continue to, I’ve just adjusted my picker and I CHOOSE.



  14.  #14Dominique on March 7, 2014 at 5:16 am

    Shannon – 7 – I don’t think this is necessarily so. I honestly thought I would never find someone again after I left my ex. Finally closing that door allowed my stuck energy to flow again apparently. For it wasn’t two weeks later that K and I got together and at over 40. I did nothing at all to pursue or initiate. It was all him. I feel sure he’s not the only man on the planet over 40 who enjoys and will pursue a woman.

    xxoo



  15.  #15Dominique on March 7, 2014 at 5:19 am

    Luzydel – 11 – YAY you!!! for speaking your truth, and I think you did it brilliantly.

    xxoo



  16.  #16Dominique on March 7, 2014 at 5:20 am

    Love Always – 13 – LOVE this. 🙂

    xxoo



  17.  #17Violette on March 7, 2014 at 6:07 am

    Shannon P thanks for filling me in on that. The truth is I have met men at meetups, never at the grocery store, and I guess staring works, but it can be draining if they just look away, heh!

    I have been getting so much attention on OKcupid that it’s overwhelming. Again, still feels like a lot of work. But it does feel good to my ego. A guy took me out last night to some really fun places. I didn’t feel attracted but he really liked me, and it is changing my energy.

    Which is what I want. I don’t want to get my energy stuck on J. I am considering talking to him about sexual exclusivity but that conversation didn’t really go that well for me the two other times I’ve tried it…and really, do I want to be sexually exclusive with him?



  18.  #18Femininewoman on March 7, 2014 at 6:21 am

    Luzydel thanks for sharing that. I brought tears to my eyes and a feeling of aaahh in my heart.

    Your truth felt really open, vulnerable and authentic. It felt a bit different than the Luzydel of some months ago.



  19.  #19Valarie O'Ryan on March 7, 2014 at 7:28 am

    Shannon P & Violette – I met my husband in my 40’s & I didn’t do ANY leaning forward, he did it all.

    I do have a blog post about some creative ways to meet men and, more importantly, getting in the right mindset (or heartset :-)) to do so, just as Dominique suggested.

    For me, the key really, really wasn’t WHERE I went – it was HOW I went.

    Love, ~Valarie



  20.  #20luzydel on March 7, 2014 at 8:31 am

    His reaction was a little surprising. We’re meeting st a local Starbucks. He said he understands and was a little upset because I didn’t see to excited when he got back. I’m not going to be afraid of loosing someone I don’t really have any more.



  21.  #21Iris on March 7, 2014 at 8:39 am

    Hey Sirens!

    I’ve been feeling isolated recently. I am a young, working professional in my 20s, and in the midst of workday and dating stress, I’ve been wanting to de-stress by talking to fellow women about my troubles, and how I’m trying to be softer and more authentically me. However, I’ve been feeling more isolated because I don’t feel comfortable talking to my girlfriends about it because they don’t quite understand the tools I have learned to use here on this site. Plus, many of my girlfriends are more comfortable in the masculine energy. Oftentimes when I use feeling messages around them, I just feel like I’m trying to justify the changes I am making to better my self-esteem.

    I live in Los Angeles, and I was wondering if any of you ladies know of any women support groups in my area that help facilitate the divine, feminine energy?



  22.  #22T-Girl on March 7, 2014 at 9:03 am

    I met my guy at 46 years old and I too did not have to do any chasing or leading. We have been together almost 3 years and are getting married in 3 months. We met through Meet up and he is only 1 year older than me.



  23.  #23Andrea on March 7, 2014 at 9:45 am

    Iris # 21. I’m sorry you’re going through this. I’ve read recently about others on this blog who are having trouble with women friends. I’m not exactly sure where those posts are, but I remember reading them.

    I feel strange responding to your post on the one hand because I’ve been having such a different experience with my women friends.

    I feel as though when I use “I Feel” there is such an honesty and a vulnerability between myself and the person I’m communicating with.. (be it a man or a woman) that it opens up floodgates of intimacy.

    For me; I get in touch with how I really feel. Then I simply share. I feel… this is only me sharing what I’m feeling in this moment. And that’s all it is.

    I’m not trying to use words to change, manipulate, advise, draw in, push away… I don’t know… the gamut.. I’ve just been practicing using words to honestly share what I feel.

    Recently a friend was telling me about a man that both of us are attracted to. She was telling me how many times he’s asked her out, how they are getting together so many times, but she thinks he’s a player.. I don’t know… I think she was kind of bragging, but also saying “Hands Off” to me.

    I felt (with all honesty, I felt) sad, jealous, why did he pick her over me, confused.. etc..

    I said to her, “I feel envious. I really do. I am attracted to him as well and I felt opened up and interesting when I was around him. I feel jealous that you’re getting to spend all this time with him.”

    Well, that opened her right up and she and I were able to have such a great, honest talk about our fears concerning men and everything we go through being older, single moms. It was such a wonderful experience.

    This is happening to me over and over again. It’s just because I’ve switched my motivations I think. I just want to share the moments of my life, in the moment I’m feeling them, with who ever is there and open to reciprocating. I think I’m starting to really understand what CDing is really about. Sharing.. my honest, vulnerable self, in the moments I want to share them, with whom ever is there, and not worrying about the outcome.

    I don’t know. I hope this helps you somewhat. It’s hard to simply be honest, but when you say.. “I feel.. and then honestly share what you really do feel… something magically happens to the people around you. Suddenly they feel safe to feel as well, and they want to be around you more because they feel safe in your presence.



  24.  #24Femininewoman on March 7, 2014 at 9:59 am

    T-Girl – 3 yrs already. Wow!! Great to see you.



  25.  #25Femininewoman on March 7, 2014 at 10:05 am

    Isn’t Rori and Dominique in the California area? For some reason I believe that is the area that a lot of relationship coaches live and operate out of.



  26.  #26Liquid Light on March 7, 2014 at 10:53 am

    Andrea, that is so cool, thanks for sharing!

    T-Girl, wow, great story and so inspiring! You just never know when/where/how you might meet that special someone so that’s why I’m putting myself out there as much as possible. Leaving no rock unturned so they say! 🙂



  27.  #27T-Girl on March 7, 2014 at 11:27 am

    Thanks FW. I usually lurk these days 🙂



  28.  #28LoveAlways on March 7, 2014 at 12:58 pm

    Congrats T-Girl!!!!!



  29.  #29LoveAlways on March 7, 2014 at 1:01 pm

    Dominique 16

    Thank you <3 (I've come a long way!) 🙂



  30.  #30Dominique on March 7, 2014 at 2:07 pm

    Iris – I haven’t been in the LA area for the last four years, but I’m headed back there likely in the next month to six weeks. And yes Femininewoman, there are many relationship and dating coaches in the LA area.

    What I have found is that the more you learn about yourself and how you are feeling plus get more comfortable in expressing this, the ones who can’t or don’t want to hear/handle this will eventually fall away, yet new people who are receptive, who are more like you, wanting to learn and grow, will start coming into your life, men and women alike. Like tends to attract like after all, mostly anyway.

    xxoo



  31.  #31IamHis on March 9, 2014 at 1:51 am

    Hello, sweet, wonderful community. 🙂 I feel shy being on here again; it has been a while! I am now in the teaching profession & it is so masculine of a profession, I’m not sure I like it.



  32.  #32Anna on March 31, 2014 at 7:11 pm

    Dear Rori:

    I’ve been seeing this man for 3,1/2 years and I live 1, 1/2 hours away from him and just found out that I am long distance for him. I am in love with this man and have been before we started seeing each other. I don’t have a problem traveling to him most of the time this is what I do. He is closer to where he has to travel to go to work and it just makes sense, we both work the weekend , I work Friday and Saturday, he just works the Saturday. I get off at about 5am and arrive at his house. I think this is so sweet of him to wake up at this hour for me. How do I win this man over? There is a lot more, he has not introduced me to his family and he has not met my son yet. I am waiting for him to make the moves. I love him and I can’t get myself to tell him because I am so confused about where I stand with him.



  33.  #33Rori Raye on March 31, 2014 at 10:08 pm

    Anna – You’re going to hate this: Whatever in the world are you DOING with this man!!!! 3 1/2 years, and it still sounds like a “booty call.”! Please, please Circular Date and forget all about this man. Love, Rori



  34.  #34Rori Raye on March 31, 2014 at 10:17 pm

    Anna – I know my advice is going to sit like a lead balloon as you first read it – so – sit down with him. Ask him what he wants with you. Say one day a week isn’t enough, you want to know if he’s interested in more, or if he’s happy with the way it is. Tell him you’ll be continuing to see him, maybe, and be dating others. Then – whatever you do – Please, please Circular Date!! Whatever you do, being exclusive with this man is a terrible disservice to yourself. Love Rori