Plenty of men are available but most are married or have girlfriends–they just want a fling. The Harvard MBA says: I’m actually working on a dating book, but because it hasn’t been released yet, I’ll try to provide the summary version and some key recommendations. With the declining marriage rate and the tendency for people to postpone starting a family, you’re in good company. Keep in shape, watch your weight, and take care of your appearance 6. Heck, where do all the single guys out there hang out?And I don’t doubt that some women have been inspired by the “Eat, Pray, Love” life or, what Ask Men calls the Second-Act Syndrome: After raising a family and tending to the home and baking brownies for the Boy Scout fundraiser and volunteering to drive on who-knows-how-many field trips while doing paid or non-paid work (and, yes, being a stay-at-home parent is work), it’s finally “me” time.We want to stop nurturing others and start nurturing ourselves.Therefore, you need to target men between 28 and 38–right in your current age range, another plus for your chances.Within that age range, there are certain types of men who are more likely to marry: In other words, find good-hearted men who may not look like Brad Pitt, but might clean up well after getting the “Queer Eye” treatment.Do read my outline of the book–it’ll only take a few minutes, and it may end up being the most important thing you ever read. If you find yourself in a dead-end relationship, move on. (By the way, don’t pay attention to the negative Amazon reviews of Molloy’s book; a cursory glance shows that they are all written by overweight women who are outraged that men would be such pigs as to prefer the svelte, sexy, and attractive.
We’re in the so-called “midlife crisis” years, a time when we question what we’ve done (and, more likely, haven’t done) and where we want to be.
tweet That’s a curious place to be but not unusual. Honaman doesn’t say how old these women are or how long they’ve been married, but since she indicates they have another 40-plus years ahead of them, I don’t think I’m off in guessing they’re in their 40s, 50s and 60s — yep, midlife. Well, beside the study that found that age 48 is the pivotal year for women’s unhappiness, women tend to be more prone to depression anyway.
But at midlife we’re dealing with menopause, the loss of our role as nurturer, the loss of our youth and beauty, etc.
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