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In my fairly limited experience, there is more than a little truth in this list of reasons why there seem to be a lot of very smart, single, and frustrated women floating around. silvermine, at Fri Dec 11, PM: Sounds more like a list of why self-involved type A women can't find love. I'd rather lavish my brains on my husband and kids right now.
Men are very quick to text these women or use social media instead of just picking up the phone.
But is that the real reason so many sisters are still unhappily single in their 30s and beyond? On our hunt for answers we called on professional matchmakers Kelli Fisher and Tana Gilmore, who together make up professional agency The Matchmaking Duo.
The ladies consider themselves “heart hunters” with an excellent success rate. KELLI FISHER: We’re open to working with both male and female clients but we’ve really had a flood of Black women coming to us – very successful, professional Black women.
Their opinion isn't the important thing, but it's a red flag if they all hate him. Settling for a guy who isn't up to your standards and then trying to change him.
” “I can’t take these guys seriously.”“They don’t want the same things that I do.”Sound familiar?
Even if he is your future, it's still important to have more people in your life than one. Not paying attention to early warning signs or thinking that they don't really matter. It's good to let the little things slide, but if you're letting every annoying as hell thing he does slide, you won't realize that you don't actually like him that much. You deserve a legit night out that he actually planned for both of you.