As a still-single Massachusetts Congressman in the 1940s and early 1950s, he indulged himself with what his friend, New Jersey Congressman Frank Thompson, Jr., called a "smorgasbord of women." According to biographers Meagher and Gragg, Kennedy's lovers were prominent, accomplished women, as well as strippers, airline stewardesses, and secretaries.As a lover, Kennedy reportedly was more interested in quantity than anything else. He wasn't in it for the cuddling." But even after Kennedy married the strikingly beautiful, elegant Jacqueline Bouvier in 1953, the same year he was elected to the U. Senate, he continued to pursue extramarital relationships—despite the risk of scandal that might have crippled his Presidency.We all make mistakes, particularly in our love-lives, as relationships are never easy.But if you can exercise forgiveness in small ways at the start of a love affair then you’re more likely to find ways to forgive the bigger hurts and transgressions, if and when they happen. There are good rows and bad rows but make no mistake – everybody argues.
But if you can both talk honestly about what irritates or upsets you and why, you are more likely to understand each other better.Appreciate what life still has to offer while you can.The great wonder of middle age is that we know our time is now limited. Anyone who only knows me socially, could be asking this same question directly. I don't exclusively date one race but I do find dark people more attractive in general.I think it's because I grew up in a small, diverse averse town and so my early exposure to different races and cultures was limited.