Sunday, January 10, 2016

Finally Better

I'm finally better and went to several networking events this past week.  I was approached by many married men and no single men.  Why?  I don't know.

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  1. Didn't you say it was a networking event and not a singles event? So why does it make a difference whether these men were married or not? They are not there to find a date...

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    1. Because they were very clearly hitting on me

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  2. There are so many married men out there looking for something extra. It seems like a huge chunk of men are Tinder are married.
    So creepy

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    1. That sucks! The married men I met invited me for drinks...in their hotel rooms

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  3. If you were at the JP Morgan conference, it's just one big party/hookup fest. Stick to local networking events that don't draw out of towners. You'll find more people actually wanting to discuss professional opportunities. It's common sense.

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    1. When I go to networking events, I don't expect married businessmen to invite me to their rooms. Maybe I'm missing something here

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  4. There are people there from out of town. Nobody knows them. Easy to have a fling without your SO knowing. Was in San Diego once, was a teachers gathering in the Ivy. Was approached by 5 women at least and I'm pretty sure they were not single. And they were not from SD.

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    1. I guess I don't understand why people stay married when they don't want to be married?

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  5. Because one has nothing to do with another. having a fling has nothing to do with not wanting to be married. You can be married for the long term plan: shared financial future, shared family future, shared future for what reason. Having a fling with minimal chance of getting out does not compromise that.

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    1. I see what you are saying. I think it's very unfair to the other partner

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  6. Of course you are right. But the catch is that no one will know. So no one will get hurt. It's just "harmless" fun. I'm not saying this is acceptable. Just answering your question.

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