Interpersonal dating coach
Emma, who describes herself as feminist, said it was a big learning curve that changed her perspective on needing a man."There are so many other things in life you can do to find happiness."It's a bit of a social construct [that] you are expected to finish school, find a job, get married and have kids.
And also, he’s trying to make me think that he’s rich.”Murray persuaded her to give Jet Man a chance.
but I do need someone to come look at my broken washing machine," she laughed.
Fiona Barlow from the University of Queensland's School of Psychology said although historically there had been a "single tax" on women's happiness, there was mounting evidence to support the marked upsides of being unattached.
“We can’t do magic.”Kristen, 50, a divorced mother who works in the real estate industry in Boston, said she doesn’t have such lofty expectations of her digital coach.
(She also asked that her last name not be used.) “It’s an as-needed approach when I connect with someone, and I’m not feeling inspired or creative about how to reach out,” she said.