Highlights of the article: In short, it’s a buyer’s market in which men are the buyers and women are the commodities.So, in a church so obviously geared toward men, why are so many of them leaving?It’s confusing enough for kids that their parents are splitting up.
Some had been married since the 1990s, and things fell apart when the kids left for college. “Some women are very communicative, but for others, that’s a huge turn-off,” says Ben. However, there are some pitfalls to be aware of that you might not even have considered: That DILF Life.
That said, there’s the other side of the coin, too.
“I’ve had women ask about when they will see my kids on like the second date,” says Seth.
I recently read a very interesting article in Time Magazine about the LDS (and Jewish) dating scene.
I have a particular interest in this as I have a daughter in her late 30s that was widowed last year due to cancer, and she lives in Utah County.