No more children dating sites
In 2008, after moving back home to California, she signed up for e Harmony.That site included options for selecting various reproductive goals.“There’s a desire to have affiliative gestures and build a life with someone,” he says.“So that might mean something like living together, having kids together, or maybe getting married, maybe getting bank accounts together.Her matches, however, had checked both yes and no—or nothing at all.
(I find out during our interview that, coincidentally, he’s a scientific advisor to Match, which commissioned the survey.So, just in case you’re wondering, this month’s column is not sponsored by the website.) I tell Garcia about Jane’s dating troubles. “Most people around the world do want to reproduce,” Garcia says.“I’m not saying everyone, but most.” And, he explains, having kids is often part of the relationship package.I want her to find a man who will love her as much as her father has loved me for almost 40 years. She tried setting up her son Jordan Beck, a 27-year-old former pro-football player, with girls several times without any luck.
Would be willing to relocate for the right man," writes the parent. Then she found his future wife, Hillary, through friends she met at a conference.
What’s keeping Jane from finding that special long-term someone? It turns out that besides yours truly, she knows only one other man who isn’t into the whole babies thing.