I don’t want it to be like this two hours from now! Three years on, with the benefit of hindsight, the 44-year-old brunette counts the man’s words as some of the best advice she’s ever received.
“I look back at that night and recognize that guy was really right,” she says.
Childhood best friends Jean Alerte and Frank Gateau are hoping to end the battle of the sexes with “Single Man, Married Man,” a tell-all guidebook dishing the dirt on what men really think of romance.“Guys don’t really have an outlet to vent on relationships.
We don’t get together and hold these types of conversations like women do, so this is a platform for that,” Gateau, 32, said.
In order to find a happy, loving relationship that lasts, you need relationship education that provides the right tools for communicating and connecting.
To all the young, college-educated women out there who feel like Donald Trump will probably become president before they find a decent, eligible man, take comfort.
You’ll learn tools for conflict management, how to handle your “hot buttons,” and productive ways for handling your differences.
When we are done, you will walk away feeling confident that you understand what’s on the other side – whether that’s going through with the divorce or working towards reconciliation – and how to move forward towards a brighter future.
In “Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game,” out today, Birger, a former writer for Fortune and Money magazines, crunched demographic, census and other data to show that it really is historically rough out there for the ladies.
After noticing that his single gal pals were always complaining that “guys were ignoring them or were toying with them,” Birger decided to investigate.