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So, what should a woman do should she not have started dating a younger guy in a first place? Should she have cut it as soon as she felt that she was developing feelings for the guy? Or should she continue seeing the guy, enjoy dating him as much as she can while she can, and not worry about the outcome of the situation too much, without thinking about the future too much?

But then again not every woman wants family and children. Certainly, commitment, family and children are the last thing on those women’s mind who felt “suffocated” in their prior relationship or marriage, went through a challenging divorce or a painful break-up, and who feel the urge to enjoy and celebrate their newly found freedom.

Ultimately, no one can objectively advise a woman whether she should date a younger man, as only she knows what her goals are, and only she feels her needs and desires are at that specific stage in her life considering the unique circumstances of her present emotional state and her dating past. An intense physical affair might just be something she needs to enjoy your life and to be distracted from her previous break-up or disappointments in men.

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Perhaps no other profession is associated more with being argumentative, competitive, and aggressive than lawyers. And among all the different kinds of lawyers, litigators / trial lawyers are especially known for being that way. While men of many professions are expected to be the aggressive go-getters, who don’t let anything stand in their way toward success, promotions, and professional and financial victories, the same qualities often make women intimidating to women men and simply much less attractive and less desirable sexually and as relationship material to others.

Imagine meeting a woman who is both, as feminine as you would like a woman to be, but at the same time she also possess the wit and the sharpness to her personality that lawyers are known for. I know it’s a tall and a rare order, but these kind of female lawyers are out there. Therefore, dismissing a woman as a potential dating or relationship material just because she is a lawyer without knowing anything else about her is premature and might make you miss out on a great woman who is both feminine and exceptionally smart.

@ Kurt unfortunately that’s true. I sometimes can’t help but conclude that legal profession and especially some specific fields, such as litigation are incompatible with the core notion of femininity.

Last night I was watching a Law & Order rerun. The judge ruled that the police had conducted an illegal search, and thus the evidence thereby recovered was inadmissible against the man whose property was searched. The defense attorney representing another man objected to the use of this evidence at the trial of his client, sputtering out, “But it’s inadmissible.” Without missing a beat, I gleefully chimed in, “Not against your client!” I happened to say these words at the exact same time as prosecutor Ben Stone.

Had anyone else been around, I am not sure if I would have been embarrassed or proud. That’s pretty much how it is to be a lawyer navigating the non-legal world: constant vacillation between shame and pride. We like to think that our knowledge of legal niceties and nuances makes us invaluable assets to our friends, but we also suspect that we are boring them at cocktail parties, or worse, alienating them with our insistence on taking up and arguing obscure points and correcting the guests.

I imagine it’s pretty similar when you’re dating a lawyer. On the one hand, you’ve got access to someone who can hopefully provide helpful advice in that burgeoning dispute with your landlord. On the other hand, you are regularly subjected to interrogation about matters ranging from just exactly how pretty you consider the supermarket checkout girl to whether you were the one who put the empty milk carton back in the fridge.

Lol hey ill date u

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I am fit and work out regularly. I m am playful and affectionate. I also have a positive spirit, and a love for anything outdoors. I love to travel and I love wonderful wine and food. I’m very intentional about searching for a lifetime partner with whom I can build a synergistic relationship. Kids are a possibility; the relationship with my partner will determine whether kids enter the picture.
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If you were able to say my headline out loud without getting tongue tied, continue on. First off, you must know, I have a sarcastic dry sense of humor which some may find offensive. If you have no sense of humor, you re not for me. I take a little while to warm up, but once you get to know me, I ll make you laugh a lot. Intelligence wise, my friends say I m above average.
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which ever one has the biggest heart :)

Ignore all of those cynical lawyer jokes. There are plenty of amazing things about attorneys here are just 15 of them!

5. Lawyers know how to present themselves well  and up the charm. Your date will likely make a great impression with your friends and colleagues.

12. Your date will have interesting law-school stories (and lots of life experience). As a general rule, lawyers work hard and play hard.

Whether we're cognizant of it or not, when meeting a new person, one of the first things we ask is: “So, what do you do?” Though some are annoyed at this inquiry — insisting that what they do does not define who they are – the truth is that we can tell a lot about a person based on his or her occupation.

A graphic designer, for example, is usually a creative thinker who simultaneously enjoys the structure of a desk job; while a consultant might be more of a demiurge who likes to be independent of a boss and office. In both scenarios, we can further deduce what kinds of personality traits are associated with each job.

We have friends who say, “I could never date a lawyer” or “how do you withstand your investment banker husband's long hours at the office?” And on the flip-side, there are men and women who “need to marry rich” or “need a spouse with a stable job to start a family.” While we'd rather not admit to it, a partner's career can be a huge factor in deciding if we want to commit or not.

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During one of my first online dating experiences, a guy who had contacted me found out that I was a lawyer, emailed, “I don’t date lawyers,” and disappeared. I tried questioning why this was and even pleaded with him to reconsider. I never got a response. Maybe I was proving him right – that all lawyers are angry and argumentative. Or maybe he was just a judgmental jerk that I shouldn’t have given a second thought about. Bottom line: this guy cut off all communication with me, as if being a lawyer was equivalent to having a contagious disease.

Some of us, yes. All of us? No. Except when people judge us as being so, I suppose. Lawyers tend to have analytical minds. It’s the way they train us in law school – asking questions to get us to consider a set of facts from multiple angles. The Socratic method. We tend to see situations in more than black and white and we can sometimes become passionate about it. Some more so than others, depending on how tired or hungry we are.

I am the first lawyer in my family and certainly did not have any close lawyers or lawyer-like friends who got me into law school. My family is generally a peaceful crowd, though opinionated, but who doesn’t have an opinionated family? You don’t have to be scared of hanging out with us.

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It can hurt his career if someone reports that he is dating a married woman no matter what your situation is you are still married. You will have to start your divorce plans with a lawyer and then it may not be such a problem unless you are willing and your USAF guy is willing to risk it. GOOD LUCK!