Mid-life singles often complain about how hard it is to meet potential partners, even though they live in major cities and heavily populated areas. But, when compared to singles living in towns and remote areas, big-city singles are sitting on a gold mine of dating opportunity, even though they may not realize it.
Judy, 57, widowed for four years after a 30-year marriage, isn't as fortunate as women living in a city like Los Angeles, for example. She resides in a small city (Bishop) on the Eastern slope of the Sierras, where single men are fewer than the population of California brown bears.
She wrote, "I need help with a man I have been seeing. After sometime in our relationship, I felt the need to tell him I loved him.
"Why did you feel the need to tell him that?" I asked
Judy said: "I want to be married again, I hate being alone. I am so confused!" She asked for advice.
How did he react to her love proclamation?