After waking up next to the same person for years, finding yourself alone in the mornings can be a tough wake-up call for those recently divorced. And if you're adding the pressure of dating again, it's no wonder you feel more than just a little panicked!
So here we are with seemingly a zillion options at our disposal for finding everlasting love, and yet the rate of singles is higher than it's ever been in this country. Are we seriously looking for The One, or does having this many options make it harder than ever?
Instead of watching election coverage, I am here, slogging away in my Victoria's Secret Pink jammiez (might I add that Bethenny Frenkel owns the exact pair, that she wore all the time while pregnant, womp) for all your reading pleasure.
I'm getting married in less than a month, to a man everyone assumes is Jewish. His name sounds Jewish. He looks like he could pass for Jewish. He comes to services, and he sings the prayers. But he is not Jewish.
This month's Marie Claire published an article called "Why You'll Never Find Real Love Online." Not only was it pretty poorly written, but it didn't really say much. I thought it'd rebut this article because I have some feelings about online dating now.