As the work-obsessed get closer to middle age, opportunities to find romance dwindle.
These Silicon Valley Bridget Joneses, who embedded themselves in cubicles during the 1990s high-tech boom, are waking up to what they missed while they were logged on and tuned out to love.
ou see, with men," said Marjorie, a former dating agency matchmaker I recently interviewed, "if a man’s attractive, he just doesn’t need to, at any age, sign up to one of these things.
That’s why the model is flawed." arjorie was reflecting on commercial matchmaking in the 1990s. Now, it appears, the impresarios are not content with their handiwork.
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