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Everything runs its course and you'll be able to handle it when it ends. (These are just my theories.)You shall have everything you want. Now, to go out and find what I know we all deserve. I'm going to devote more time to family, friends, and boys. debuted with a post about being 29 and not having a husband, already. An even more ominous sign: In an email to friends, reproduced after the jump, Meanley explains that, now that she's a dating blogger, "I need some help with pimpage. " Well, at least she's being honest, somewhere, about the transactional aspect of her "dating." We've redacted Meanley's email address, but no doubt she'll be combing the comments here for top-shelf prospective mates, so feel free to make like a pimp there. It has been a wild three years, from clubbing in St. First and foremost, says dating expert Rachel Greenwald, author of “Why He Didn’t Call You Back,” do quality prep work beforehand.I cringed before I even clicked on the link – advertised the article with the headline, “Six Lessons For Singles: How to Look on the Bright Side.” Interesting; I’m definitely single, but I never feel like I need guidance on how to pluck my perspective out of the tub of Haagen Daas that Ms.It’s not your fault, even scientists say you can’t help it.
And thank you for all your awesome comments last Friday..every weekday since July 2008. Singlehood is not cancer – there’s no reason to try and prevent it, and if we are “afflicted” by it, we need not sign up for aggressive treatments to rid ourselves of it.Meanley’s column very presumptuous; however, the greater issue is not that one blogger equates singlehood with suffering, but that her viewpoint is shared by our society as a whole.There was my critique of , and when it was syndicated on Yahoo, 789 commenters heartily disagreed with me. Even if I didn't know what I was talking about. There were discussions about whether single girls should mail out Christmas cards and the debates about whether certain male behaviors should be deemed selfish or just inherently guyish.