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Name: Betty | Location: New York , NY |Question: I am not sure if you have asked/answered this question before but I was wondering if you had any advice where a single woman in her late thirties could meet marriage/family minded men who are around my age?
I really want a relationship similar to all those in my family and social circle have – no more than a 2-3 year age difference. Am I going to have to settle for a man 10-20 years older than me and have a lackluster sex/love life? Surely there must be men who come from a similar background (i.e. It’s just going to require more effort on your part.
It’s very easy to become closed off, especially living in a big city. You’ll also have to throw away a lot of those silly criteria that we tend to apply to future mates. The fear of rejection is bad enough when contemplating your approach of just one woman. As much as you think that you can hide your frustration or disillusionment when you’re out, you can’t. Sometimes you just have to keep your mouth shut and listen. The first refers to people who, when they meet someone new, brag or challenge people instead of saying something truly of value and listening. If you pay close enough attention to what someone says then you’ll have plenty of things to ask. So many times I’ve met men that were really great and I dismissed them. Scared they would find out I wasn’t as together as they were. Scared that they would figure out who I really was. Being over 35 and living in Manhattan (or any other major metropolitan city) is tough.
A lot of men make this assumption on their own without ever asking us. They have more options than we do and don’t have to ask us. I was having a conversation with Evan Marc Katz recently.
If you don’t know who he is, he’s a well known dating/relationship expert that started e-Cyrano, an online dating profile writing company.
Most will assume that a 38 year old woman will want kids. The age we are at (35-40) is probably the toughest of all. They’re contacting me because they think “She’s 38 and using online dating so she must be somewhat anxious or desperate and will give me a second glance.” If they’re not thinking that way, then they are men so lacking in self-awareness that you wouldn’t want to date them anyway.
In a man’s mind, we’re on the cusp between wanting kids and not wanting kids. I know exactly what you’re talking about in regards to being contacted by people you would never in a million years consider dating. Of course, one or two of them are genuinely nice guys whom you might share a connection, but guilt by association screws them.