Modern dating struggle
Nearing 50, he’d just seen his marriage fall apart, and he mourned its passing by plastering his body with fresh tattoos and picking bar fights.I found it terribly sexy that he rode a Harley, perhaps less so that his apartment was decorated with Wonder Woman paraphernalia.Everyone wants to “casually date.” but no one seems to be having that much fun.Maybe if people slowed down a bit, they’d realize this isn’t working.Yes, they’ve heard of such newfangled professions as investment banking and law, but, oh, no, they won’t be fooled.Across India can be heard the refrain, It is good match: They found doctor, and my father expects nothing less for his little girl.No one gets why their quick fixes aren’t fulfilling.
Amy Horton A former actress who has always loved the art of the written word, Amy is excited to be here sharing her stories!He was on a downward spiral, but perhaps my parents might appreciate that he’d won a Pulitzer earlier in his career?The relationship didn’t go anywhere, as my father might have warned me if I’d told him about such things.People have their faces constantly buried in their smartphones—no wonder they can hardly make it through a sitting trying to get to know someone new. The only time that there’s a sense of urgency is when people want to start a family.Then they generally try and find someone else who wants that same thing and they get to it. It’s extremely depressing and confusing if you’re one of those rare unicorns actually looking for a long-term romantic partnership.