I've dated around here, and there. Seeing many different aspects, and wants from life. I've also lived in a few metropolitan cities.
My question truly comes down to this. Why are women who fancy themselves within the business world, and are highly independent(nothing wrong with it). Strive amongst the idea that they can't find a good man to settle down with? I'm not against feminism what so ever, but it seems that a few women who want to "fight the man" per-say. Truly want to be outgoing, and yet forget to see what it takes to be in a relationship.
From the point of view from my friends in Washington D.C. have said, "It's easier to stay single. Then to go out, and try to truly date a D.C. girl." I may be wrong in the idea that it's men that should change in this aspect, but I don't yet see the promise of it all.
I've seen many marriages in situations like this, and all have ended in divorce. Is it the idea that we as a whole lose sight of what the business world is really like? That we want to become apart of something that is possibly bigger than us, but yet we forfeit the idea of what we're really here for?
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Same reason why some men complain about not being able to find a good woman.
They aren't able to do any self analysis to see why they are single.
I've met a few women like this, and the reality is, that most of them ENJOY being single. They enjoy the single life, the casual sex, est. I met one older woman who used the "no good men" line all the time, when complaining about being single. However, she did meet a wonderful guy who met every requirement on her list. She sabotaged the HELL out of that relationship. She didn't want to do much of anything couply, she was annoyed when he would text her, everything he did, and asked of her annoyed her. The problem was HER. She didn't enjoy dating, or being in relationships. She liked being single. Now would she ever admit that to herself, or to other people? No, I doubt it.
There is two types of these WOE is me singletons. Type1 is the person who is damaged and can't see their own repulsive flaws if they drowned in them. Type 2 is the person who blames being single on other issues they aren't willing to admit, or don't want to be ostracized for. (example being- A man/woman who is gay but doesn't want to admit it, a man/woman who doesn't want to date or get married.)
At the end of the day There are always going to be men and women who blame their singlehood on everyone ELSE but themselves. They seem to think they're perfect little angles with no flaws and a partner is just supposed to fall at their feet.