We’ve been together for 13 years now, married for seven with one child.
We’ve lived in three different countries, travelled to many places together, and we still date because it’s important for us.
Dating is so rewarding that I recommend it to all married women out there because seriously, all it takes is to find the right man and to make the time to do it. For a quick background of my dating history, I have to say it has survived throughout the years despite my having a full-time job, having enrolled in and completed a Masters program, and having had a baby. I was talking to someone who didn’t care about my work or my books.
Somehow, the busier my schedule got, the more I was reliant on keeping those all-important date-nights because they helped me breathe. I was out of this vicious cycle and I enjoyed every minute of it.
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Kelly Leary has more than 26 years in the dating industry and a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology.
From start to finish, East Coast Match is on your team and will assist you in achieving your most important goal. With almost 50 million unmarried Americans over the age of 25, why do so many singles lament, "All the good ones are taken"?It's because successful dating is not the same as a successful relationship.When the time comes, I sneak out of the house quietly to ensure no one wakes-up, as I like to enjoy a guilt-free dinner. When I meet him, he usually does one of two things: He’s either talking with someone over the phone, or he is text messaging someone. This habit has survived over the years, and the more time passes, the less confident I feel that this habit will change.I date because it’s important to me, and when other people (especially the miniature ones) start questioning my motives, I feel that I failed the sole purpose of this experience. He usually waits for me in the lobby of our building, as he too, has quietly sneaked out of the house before me.