Single women dating nyc
I can't believe this is something that is influencing my desire to pursue this opportunity, but I'm concerned that in New York it would be hard for me to meet someone who's looking for a serious relationship.
I want a family and I'm not getting any younger.
I grew up in a pre-war residential neighborhood of another major city, so I don't mind single-family homes but I can't stand 4,000 square-foot new construction with five bathrooms and no grocery store for miles.
The toughest part about dating in NYC is that there are so many choices, which leads people to pretty much behave in the flightiest way by default.
For women, however, the opposite is sometimes true.
The number of stories I heard from my female friends about guys they went on dates with who were "in between jobs" or not really motivated by anything, or expecting her to do the lion's share of work in the relationship, etc. So taking that into account, the numbers don't really tell the whole story.
Back in my single days (before 2014) I was meeting people both online and IRL and it could only be described as an embarrassment of riches.ETA: I'm probably of average attractiveness, but dress pretty well. Re: the Mc Mansion hell thing - I take your point about being open-minded, but this is one lifestyle factor that is actually quite important to me.In DC, a lot of the single guys are already living in the suburbs as childless 20-somethings...it's just a different vibe here.For those who have been successful finding a spouse in the New York dating scene, how did you go about it?Did you use apps or meet someone the old-fashioned way?