Afraid of dating
With him, she felt safe, loved and adored every single day. It took some time but she had no doubt that she would go after love again.
They were physically and emotionally bonded, and the very best of friends. She listened to me carefully about how to date like a grownup.
Here’s why: These women know the reward of having a loving, devoted man in their life.
So, even after the tremendous pain of loss, they are much less content with staying in their safe, “my life is just fine” place.
They are willing to do what they need to if it means finding love again.
A recent study chronicled in USA Today ran with the headline, “Not so afraid to commit after all.” The lead paragraph read, “Men are more likely than women to prefer marriage over lifelong singlehood and in many ways are as interested in serious family relationships as women, according to a new study.” In the survey—which included 12,000 men and women ages 15-44—respondents were asked, “It is better to get married than go through life single?
” The results: 66 percent of men agreed compared with 51 percent of women.
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