Real stories about dating and relationships in New York City. Truth is more interesting than fiction.

Stories Change

A few days ago I mentioned a research study involving divorced women. According to an article detailing the study, “30 percent of now-divorced women say they knew in their gut they were making a mistake as they walked down the aisle — and kept walking anyway.” It’s easy to guess why this might be so. […]

Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien

A couple of people, upon reading People Change, commented that at least I wouldn’t have any regrets. And that’s for sure.  I’ll never wonder what happened to that ex.  What might have been. Nor will he. And that’s pretty much the way I tend to live my life, when it comes to relationships. Pursuing every […]
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My Energy Needs a Sex Change

So, first a few quick facts. 1) I actually like online dating (this should not be news to anyone who’s read this blog more than 2 or 3 times). I think it’s an easy way to meet new guys. I don’t think it’s stressful, nor do I feel my self-esteem being battered away by the […]

And Things Keep Changing

I spent the better part of my weekend at a wedding.  A big, over-the-top, family wedding with hundreds of people who travelled from far and wide. It was nice.  And overwhelming.  And yeah (to state the obvious), I was one of only a half dozen people over the age of 30 who weren’t either married […]

Open to Love

So here’s a question for you, is falling in love a choice? Or, to be more grammatically accurate, do we choose to fall in love? I’ve been thinking about this for days.  Ever since I read KB in NYC’s great post, I’m Crazy for Loving You. In it, she writes about the fact that she’s […]