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

Silly Science

No, I’m not making a statement on the health benefits of protein diets. C’mon people, cream pies – it’s funny! And it’s what came to mind as I was pondering the theme of silly science. Or rather, scientific theories that we outgrow as new data becomes available. On that note, I was happy to see […]

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. […]

Love and Stuff

It was a couple of weeks ago. I was sitting at the computer one morning, polishing up the post for the day. And emails were coming in every couple of minutes. And the phone kept ringing. And all of sudden, I realized that I had to stop. Something had to give. I’d just been to […]

Fun with Science aka Why I’m Still Single

So lots of people have been posting and tweeting about this really cool article in Scientific American, What Attachment Theory Can Teach About Love and Relationships. I first read about it in Jezebel a couple of days ago and immediately clicked through, read it and did their handy, dandy little test. Speaking of which, since […]

What Women Want

Dress up anything in the guise of scientific research, and I’ll read about it. ANYTHING. Including crap like, Study Reveals Once and For All What Women Find Attractive (and thank you Jezebel for finding this stuff for me). I’m not going to paraphrase the Jezebel post. There’s no point to that. Here’s the one-liner: the latest […]