But we’re not looking to date their kids, so we don’t really need to know what they look like before we’ve even met the parent.
here has never been a better time to be single, and if you are single, you’re not alone.
It’s totally attitude-driven and, spoiler alert, the 52-year-old Leawood mom on Tinder thinks it’s pretty sweet.
’ve long believed that I was born in the wrong era.
I’ve even revisited old flames, like Anna Farris did in What’s Your Number — which reminded me why the ability to block is SO important. Millennials and their courtship-killing ways have killed romance.
My generation has embraced hookup culture like it’s a new summer of love, coining terms like “situationships” and glorifying side chicks/dudes, deeming them healthy for relationships.
As a widow who's back on the dating scene in my 40s, I'd like to share some lessons I've learned to help you maneuver the unfamiliar and sometimes seemingly shark-infested waters of the dating world. The same is true for everyone out there in the 40-something dating pool.2.
The probability of your changing them is pretty low, even if they fall in love with you.To find out what’s it like being single in Kansas City, we did our own deep dive — from on-line dating to the current love “language.” We also consulted romance writers and explored the history of the hookup.Our conclusion is that the KC single scene is what you make it.Half of Americans older than age 18 are without a mate AND most of the single folks report that they are happy with their unmarried status, thank you very much.A study by the American Psychological Association backs that up, citing that single people may have more fulfilling social lives and experience greater psychological growth than a lot of married people.