Secrets of a 48 year old French woman being pursued by 20 and 30 year olds

One of the women who’s done classes with me over the last year in France has radically changed her relationship life and status, and provided us with some information many more could use.

When I met her almost exactly a year ago, she was just recovering from a disastrous second marriage, this one to a Cuban national whom she brought to France.  As I recall, their cohabitation lasted less than 8 weeks and cost her plenty financially and emotionally.  Financially–she ended up buying his family (including his ex-wife to whom he returned) a house, and the emotional damage to her was about as severe.

Now, she’s having lots of fun on a French website that translates into adopt-a-guy.  Thirty and twenty somethings are after her, and she does not look like a fashion model.  “Guys like girls with some curves!” she observes.

Furthermore, these guys are chasing her because girls their own age are a pain in the neck, according to these guys.  “All they want is to get married, have a kid, and get set up,” she says.  This works for her, because they see her, who wishes only to have some fun, as much more attractive.

So the moral of the story is, guys just want to have fun.  If you’re all about catching somebody and keeping him–you’re a high risk date!  How can you change that and catch someone if you want him?  That’s the subject of the series, How to Find Mr. Wonderful and Keep Him!  You can get in on the last call this Tuesday, October 12, at noon CA time, or join the whole series also, on this website, at

What are the infinite possibilities?

Have any of you readers had similar experiences?  How have you handled the situation?  Others can learn from you!

About Kacie Crisp

Dr. Kacie Crisp has been involved in facilitating others’ lives and bodies for her entire working life. As a therapist with emotionally disturbed children, chiropractor in the US and Findhorn spiritual community, and now as a licensed facilitator of Access Consciousness, her great joy is to watch clients expand their lives.

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