Why is dating in nyc so hard
He’s impossibly rich, and his lady-friend could model for a living, and possibly does. Because, you know, you just can’t find a decent dude in this city. Luisita Lopez Torregrosa, writing in Politics Daily, called the ratio of men to women “scarily in favor of men,” and advised ladies to “go West—San Diego, Dallas, and Seattle.It’s where the boys are.” As Tamsen Fadal, relationship expert and the female member of “America’s only husband-wife matchmaking team” told us, “New York is like a candy store to men.For decades, New York City has reigned the tops of lists of places to visit in the world.People come from all over just to see those bright city lights.Another guy I went out with had a phobia of nudity.He told me that if he showered he’d have to wear a glove, a hat or a tie.There was the super-successful corporate honcho with a cardboard box for a nightstand. And I can’t forget the “totally eligible” magazine editor who moved to the suburbs while we were dating, convinced me to take a bus to visit him, showed off his two-story brick house with granite kitchen counters and an actual backyard, as if knowing it was exactly what I aspired to—and then promptly married someone else.The best friend with whom I had zero sexual attraction. There were men who have dropped me on my head, literally and figuratively. At some point, I yelled at almost all of these men for not being “what I wanted,” and, as we all do, turned to my female friends for consolation and support.
Before moving here, I was a preschool teacher in St.We're always making plans to go out even when we are already out, and we never stop to catch our breath.How could we possibly fit dating into our schedules?This is what makes finding love in the city so difficult: There is always — and I mean always — something to do.Something always gets in the way; a last minute invitation to a concert or party can reroute your entire night.