Americans typically marry within their same educational level, so it’s no wonder dating can be downright awful for women.” To the chagrin of women like me who don’t give a lick about degrees (and even prefer so-called “blue collar” men), the expert concluded, “The long term solution is to get more men to attend college.
This is a labor, economic problem.” When I read this horrible advice, I couldn’t help but think of “Dirty Jobs” star Mike Rowe and his crusade to get people to stop thinking of career success in such a limited way.
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Both aim to convince us that everything else we’ve read is wrong or that we can trick our bodies and brains into wanting something better than what we’ve had in the past.
As in politics, many of us are guilty of confirmation bias by gravitating toward advice with which we already agree.
Our girlfriends reinforce our beliefs by telling us not to settle or make us feel good by reinforcing whatever standards and deal-breakers we’ve created in our minds.
Online dating is also a great way to date casually and meet interesting people you would not encounter in your daily life.
Anna Harrison Anna Harrison is an international education specialist by day and a travel consultant by night.
For the millions of women who are not lucky enough to encounter Mr. Right on the street or in their social circles, online dating is the go-to.
Even with record unemployment, millions of skilled jobs are unfilled because no one is trained or willing to do them.
Anna Harrison is an international education specialist by day and a travel consultant by night.