The risk with dating events is that a person who might interiorly be interested has to rather explicitly admit to themselves (and others) that they are interested in (a) meeting someone with whom they could enter into a relationship and (b) one day marrying such a person and in the 21st century we knew that would be a rather large call.
None the less we created the event, started advertising, and, to be sure, the registrations began to come in.
When Beth, one of my better researchers, said that men who were averse to commitment were drawn to her like bees to honey, I gave her a copy of the summary report of my research on “why men marry.” The report showed that the primary reason a man asks one woman to marry and not another is that each woman treats him differently.
After looking it over for about fifteen minutes, Beth returned the report to my desk and told me I was a male chauvinist. I was fond of Beth and trying to help her, so after I recovered, I asked her what made her think that.
Not calling you back even though we said, “I love you? You can save the questions about musings until you see a change in our behavior.
In their minds, not being wealthy means they’re “broke,” which just isn’t the case.
When I am not writing columns I spend my time in an office which works with and for young people.
Last year we tried a new event for young adults which we called Dating & Degustation.
No matter how many women write in to say, ‘I don’t do this! You think we like guessing whether we’re wasting our time? Many a man has gotten into a relationship only to have the woman complain about the time he spends playing golf. Of course, if she loves him she should know that he NEEDS this time on the golf course. Why does she get involved with a man who has a hobby she doesn’t like?
’ the fact is many, many, many women practice the behavior that follows. This game where you pretend you don’t care and secretly hope we chase you down is for teenagers. See ”You see us as projects you can fix.” I could write a novel on this one.