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

Would You Dump The Liar?

OK.  I admit it.  I’m guilty.  I occasionally read the wedding announcements in the Sunday NYTimes.  I don’t read them every week.  And even when I do read them I don’t obsess over the little details like where people got married or how they met.  I’m one of those sad, pathetic older women who looks to […]

Not Good Enough For You

There’s this stat that’s been floating around for the last few weeks – 1 in every 8 couples who got married last year met online.  I’ve seen it a few times.  I don’t know who did the research or if it’s legit.  I tried googling it and couldn’t come up with a source.  Anyway, it […]
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Lies And The Liars Who Tell Them (More Fun With Online Dating)

I know I haven’t written about it much, lately (there have just been so many other things I’ve wanted to write about), but I’ve been trying to keep up with my online dating.  You know, the online part of it. I’m a little out of my mind right now on cold medicine, but I wanted […]

Drawing Lines

I’m technically anonymous and the vast majority of you, my readers, have no idea who I am, what I do for a living, etc.  There are, however, some people in my life who know about this blog.  Most of them don’t read it, at least not regularly.  But a few do.  And most importantly, the […]
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I Promised You Lies

There are people who meet online and spend a lot of time getting to know each other, via email, online chats and phone conversations and then because they’ve decided that they like each other one of them will travel a long distance to meet the other. Then if they like each other they have a […]