The women here seem more distracted than ever before and at times, I’ve felt like a number to them.
So Reifman did what any sexually frustrated single male would do: He crunched the numbers, comparing estimates of Amazon’s expansion to census data in Seattle.
I really enjoyed reading the book for the tone and style. It's witty and humorous yet very kind and respectful. A great feature of the book is that it contains simple exercises that most people will be able to do.
Some exercises are very powerful, others didn't make much sense to me, but that's OK.
Approximately 75 percent of Amazon’s workforce is male, and Reifman argues that there simply aren’t enough available single women in the city to go around: Over the past two years, I’ve personally found dating in Seattle has become increasingly difficult.
Following the hints, I went to a few events I haven't been to for a while and had a blast, even though I only met a bunch of service-oriented sorority girls, an older lady organizing a volunteer event, and got asked out by a guy way outside my age range, so no deal. As a result, I was immediately able to be less critical of myself and others. After more reading and exercises, I also saw my latest long term relationship and its demise in a different light and that was also a jailbreak from too much sadness and regret into joyful well-being.
Even though I have not yet met a Good Guy as a result of reading this book, it helped me be very comfortable with myself. I have studied Psychology for years and I have to say that this is one of the best books I have ever read!
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
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