The Reason Why Men Marry Some Women And Not Others by D. Brennan
If you’re a single woman who’d like to be married, you definitely need to read the following page. It’s very long but well worth the read.
I will only copy some excerpts from the page, not the entire thing.
He’s not a dating expert, nor an advice columnist, psychologist or relationship therapist. His expertise lies in the field of market research and he applies his scientific skills to educate women with all they need to know about men.
In his book, “Why Men Marry Some Women and Not Others,” author John Molloy says that women will discover the proven facts and figures that will help them find and marry Mr. Right. Here’s an excerpt:
Is he old enough to marry?
This survey uncovered some interesting facts. The first was that there is an age when a man is ready to marry-the Age of Commitment. The age varies from man to man, but there are patterns that are easily identified:
- …Once men reach age 47 to 50 without marrying, the chances they will marry do not disappear, but they drop dramatically.
Signing off on the scene
When we conducted a focus group with 12 men who had just proposed to women, we learned that men were far more likely to marry when they got tired of the singles scene.
…They had not stopped dating. It’s just that they were no longer going to singles hangouts and trying to pick up women several times a week.
…There were two notable exceptions to the age guidelines: men who were balding or heavy. Losing hair or putting on weight often makes men look older, and when a man looks older in singles places, he is often treated by the women as if he doesn’t belong.
Bachelors for life?
It’s easy to spot a confirmed bachelor. He’s so used to living alone that he will list the pleasures of the solo life-coming and going as he pleases, not answering to anyone as reasons for not marrying. But there’s still hope.