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So ask yourself: are your goals and your actions aligned? I’m perfectly nice, average-looking, intelligent and intellectual, funny, creative, etc. There probably isn’t one guy that I wouldn’t have given a second chance, but out of many, many men only two of them ever gave me a second date.You may read this and think I’m a terrible date, but I’m self aware enough to know I’m not a disaster. I pursue things that interest me, and I’m friendly and open to meeting people who share those interests. I’m not sitting at home waiting for the phone to ring. Oh, and for the record, I did try asking men out when I was younger.I do have an open mind, and have even considered meeting and dating guys I normally would not. It was an amazing response to how he dealt with skeptical press inquiries about his new business model.‘Well, there are a number of people out there who are socially awkward.

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I’m very good at talking to people, and those dates went reasonably well. I’m out almost every night of the week, at lectures, readings, arts events, classes, club meetings, and various social functions. I have a large circle of friends and acquaintances. And I *literally* can’t remember the last time a man I met in any way or setting asked me out. I found them to be polite and non-committal, as in, “That’d be great.

But blonde-haired, blue-eyed, and buxom though I am, a super model I’m not. I accept frequent invitations and meet their friends and friends of friends. I run a very social book group that meets in a bar. We should definitely do that some time.” Now I’m old and grumpy. I would kind of hope the man could show enough interest to actually approach me in some way, shape, or form.

…Despite the title of my second book, , being single is a fine state of affairs.

I’ve been that way for 35 years and frankly, I’m a little anxious about getting married.

There are a number of people who are so desperate for companionship that they’d do anything to avoid being alone.

I call these people ‘married people’.”I thought that was a brilliant answer.

That said, most single people (including myself) DO want to get married.

Which is why questions like and “Why He Isn’t That Into Me” are supremely relevant.

But since this hasn’t happened in 42 years, what makes you think it’s gonna start now?

Listen, I don’t know you from Adam, which is why any advice I can give you is a bit scattershot.

People always ask me why I am still single, I get all the popular comments, like “Oh, that’s a shame, still single at your age”. There is nothing wrong with me, I’m athletic, been told I am attractive, outgoing, and I enjoy sports, and all sorts of out door activities, and have a great circle of friends, so why after all this time have I not met anyone? I’ve dated on and off for a few months to a year, only to have things crash and burn for one reason or another. I’ve tried the online dating, only to become seriously jaded by it all. I’m tired of friends telling me that when I least expect it, I will meet someone great, well, I have not been expecting it, and it never came. 🙁 Dear Lauren, I’m reminded of a story that Rich Gosse, the founder of American Singles, once shared with me.

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