Indeed, after the Mail recently recounted the stories of attractive single women who appeared to have everything, yet said they still couldn’t find a decent man, there was a significant backlash from male readers.
Men told us in their droves that it wasn’t they who were to blame — but women.
As a member you can also use more advanced search options to find other singles by interest, age, postcode, or whether they have children or smoke.Indeed, he was driven by the loving memories of how wonderful life can be when you have a partner with whom to share it.‘I loved — love — my wife. Men can have an entirely content life on their own.’So what’s causing this schism between the sexes at the very point in their lives when you might imagine they would be more likely than ever to settle down?Psychotherapist Teresa Wilson, who runs a practice in South-West London, believes men and women are coming to the dating game in middle age with entirely different perspectives.Please note: we cannot offer member support through this email address; please view the Help pages.The site is powered by White Label Dating.com, a powerful cross-platform dating solution which can be integrated with other websites.While women — now so independent in outlook and behaviour — are much less worried than male counterparts about finding a new long-term partner, men are more likely to have come from a relationship they’d rather have kept.‘Women don’t feel quite so trapped in bad relationships.They’ve found a certain liberation over the last 20 years,’ she says.‘Men, however, like the stability of a home life provided for them, their creature comforts, and often don’t know how they’re going to manage except by going into another relationship.‘Women, meanwhile, are not as fearful [of being alone].He is what you might call, with some understatement, a catch.Chris Gray, 57, is tall and attractive with dark hair and blue eyes.So why, you might wonder, has Chris joined the growing band of British men, old and young, who have sworn off women for ever? There simply aren’t any good women out there.‘I have given up.I have many female friends, but I can’t be bothered to deal with all the hang-ups and complications other women have,’ he says.‘Often, at my stage in life, many of them are divorced and seem full of bitterness and anger.’That’s certainly not the only complaint single men such as Chris direct at potential female partners they meet.