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Mystery Dating A FEW YEARS AGO, TIRED OF BEING FIXED UP AND OF GOING OUT WITH her girlfriends, a 35-plus North Dallas professional we’ll call Stephanie tried one of those video dating services.
After making her video and dating profile, the dating service found her a match with a fellow we’ll call Todd, who suggested they meet for dinner at an area Chick-Fil-A.
If you didn’t like the date at the door, you just rolled the dice for another one.
Of course that’s no problem when you’re 20, and mystery dating is new and exciting.
“Men are still seen as ’bachelors,’ but women are ’old maids.’ People even start questioning your sexual preference if you aren’t married. “ The End of Saturday Night Fever ROGER ALBRIGHT, 43, A DALLAS ATTORNEY WHO HAS NEVER BEEN married, believes it’s more common now than ever for people to stay single into their 30s and 40s.
But he acknowledges that many people, especially married people, do think there’s something wrong with anyone who reaches their 40s without marrying.
But as we grow older, those standards can harden into impenetrable and unrealistic barriers that screen out all but the non-existent Mr. “You can be guilty of setting your expectations too high,” says Lisa Le Master, 41, president of Fairchild Le Master Oppel, a media training and crisis communications firm, “and that’s a quick way to find yourself alone.
At the first sight of white crew socks and short shorts, Stephanie knew she was in for a pretty bad evening.