I love sweet, tenderhearted, caring women. I have enjoyed the company of some of the world's most beautiful women I've been fortunate to meet. My daughter-in-law was a Manhattan model, 2 other's are also related, and I've known actors, entertainers, and international models. I appreciate physical beauty, but it is only one attribute in a whole receipe of what makes a woman what she is, and why I feel good being with her. I prefer the company of women, but I have some of the most knowledgable and caring male friends who I respect and from whom I learn something everyday.
I want that new lady to feel warm and safe being held in my arms, resting her head softly on my shoulder when we cuddle by the fire. My only real criteria for a new friend is that they are non-judgmental, tenderhearted and genuine. I prefer a woman who is independent and confident, values learning and exploring new ideas and new people and places. She knows what a paradigm shift is, and is not afraid to experience one. I have overcome some formidable challenges, but my life view remains that no matter how difficult at times, life is rich with meaning and purpose. I listen empathically and look deeply into her eyes - the first thing I notice about a woman - and see her soul. I want her to feel cherished as a whole person, not just for her physical appearance.
Someone who thought he was helping re-socialize after a 39 year marriage, signed me up at Match, and Chemistry. He indicated my age was 33. Women tell me I have a youthfulness and have guessed my age between 45 and 57, but I am 63. I really feel young at heart and have satisfying, supportive relationships - intimate, but not physically intimate - with women from 21 to 56.