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Slater’s article, which partially concluded, “Above all, Internet dating has helped people of all ages realize that there’s no need to settle for a mediocre relationship.” Granted, Ms. It seems doubtful that the Internet is really helping us think we shouldn’t settle. Remember back in ye olden, golden days, before the Internet – they had those crazy newspapers and magazines harboring personal ads which solicited physical and emotional dates (both openly and discretely).

This is a complete one-eighty from Mark Brook’s study, noted in Mr.

There’s a lot of advice out there as to how to do this, and we can turn to Lori Gottlieb’s article in The Atlantic, Marry Him! Don’t nix a guy based on his annoying habit of yelling “Bravo! Overlook his halitosis or abysmal sense of aesthetics.

for the reason hundreds of single, successful ladies are willing to give over one stakes-free date to someone like Jacob: “My advice is this: Settle! Because if you want to have the infrastructure in place to have a family, settling is the way to go.

This reminds me of a something we learned in geometry: that a square is a rectangle, but a rectangle is not a square.

In order to be monogamous, one must have commitment, but in order to be committed, one needn’t be monogamous. Sociobiology would tell us that it’s because humans want to pass on our genes, and based on the construct of Western civilization, the best (and maybe only) means of doing that used to be having a man who brought home the bacon and a woman who reared the children.