I dropped by the Canada AM studios last week to talk with Marci Ien about Dollars and Sex. You can see that interview here.
Awesome book! I saw the article in the Province, bought it a book a couple of day after release and read it in six day. Although I agreed with everything you said and so much resonated, I found myself on the disadvantaged side with each stat and felt depressed after reading the book to the point I wished I hadn’t read about those stats. I am ok now. I am nearly forty, single, female, brunette, petite, never married and no kids, bachelor’s degree, $42,000 income, own a condo. I have tried everything to find lasting love. In spite of learning about the stats of the current marriage market, I have decided to move on and live as though I might always be single.
North Vancouver, BC
I am not sure what stats in the book you found so discouraging. It sounds to me like you should be a having a great market! Perhaps, it is the stats on your probability of finding a man who is equally well educated as yourself, but you know there is a solution to that problem other than staying single, right?
So glad that you like the book and took the time to write!