Some of the city’s most eligible bachelorettes told The Post the trend developed when they grew fed up with immature city men who aren’t willing to commit.
While many start off with intentions of finding a godly partner, with each passing year the waiting feels longer and the hoping gets harder.
Slowly, we can find ourselves starting to second-guess our original standards, wondering if we've been too extreme or unrealistic.
Within that struggle, inevitably the question comes up: Can a Christian date a non-Christian?
The Bible addresses the hardships that come with marrying a nonbeliever, so that's rather clear.
Type the word "dating" into your Bible search tool, and what comes up? I remember wishing there was an entire book of the Bible dedicated to the topic when I was single, or at least a chapter.
Now, I get emails from singles across the country looking for guidance on who and how to date.“Greenwich guys have gotten a lot younger,” said raven-haired Megan Glynn, 30, who lives in the East Village and is a visual-presentation coordinator for jewelry company David Yurman.“It used to be all families, but now it’s more of a business mini-mecca.” Women like Glynn took the advice of dating experts, who for years have been telling city women to look in the suburbs.It started for me the second week of January at the J. I even wrote about this in 2011 in a post called, “Alas, No Line for the Ladies Room,” in which I lamented the stunning absence of my sisters at what is arguably the most important healthcare business conference in the world. There was a notorious event, hosted by Life Sci Advisors, at 2016’s J. Morgan Healthcare Conference which seems to have had the unintended consequence of waking the sleeping giantess.The firm hired a bunch of female models to entertain mostly male guests and blocked many women from attending.FORGET ‘SEX AND THE CITY’: East Village fashion professional Megan Glynn, 30, often takes a half-hour ride on Metro-North on weeknights out to hot suburban clubs like L’Escale, where she hit it off with finance entrepreneur Doug Bookbinder (above).