October 4, 2003 in Books

Find A Husband After 35

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Now here is a book I need to buy for my friend (she’s early 40s) who last January set a goal for herself to be married by end of year. Then again, maybe I should buy it for myself. Recently I’ve started to talk more about wanting to date, yet I never seem to meet anyone worth dating. So maybe I too could learn a thing or two from this book.

Find A Husband After 35 by Rachel Greenwald, MBA
Why are you still single?
It doesn’t matter. The important question is what are you going to do about it? I have created a proactive and assertive 15-step program (simply called “The Program”) to help you find a wonderful husband. It’s all about taking action, not analyzing why, why, why. “The Program” uses powerful marketing tactics that I learned at Harvard Business School, used as a professional marketer, then applied to the dating world.
“The Program” works for women of all ages: if you are between 35 and 105 (!), and want to find a husband now quickly and efficiently, or even if you are under age 35 and want to prevent yourself from being single later on. It works if you want to get married for the first time, or the fourth time. Take matters into your own hands and stop waiting for fate to knock on your door!

Btw, I know a woman doesn’t need to have a man in her life to be happy. But I’d like to have children someday and I’d like to do that with a husband I love and adore who feels the same way about me.

One Comment

  1. October 5, 2003 at 11:09 pm

    Ted K

    Well, this is from a guy not a girl, and I was in my late 20s at the time, but when I got frustrated with the people I was meeting at work, after work, and around Philadelphia I went to graduate school.
    Universities are chock full of smart interesting people. Many of them are single. Many are also prima donnas, but there are always jerks.
    So think about what things interest you, look at the one or two schools in Greater Chicago, and find a lecture series to start attending. It would be a lot cheaper than quitting your job and going to grad school, and even if you don’t find Mr. Right, Mr. Good Enough, or Mr. Flirtation you still might enjoy the lecture.
    Ted K.
    ps, thanks for blogging, I like reading what you write.

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