Anyone who has been single for any length of time has probably had this kind of night.It can feel very significant in the moment, even though it doesn't really mean anything other than that you've had a bad night. Moxie at “And That’s Why You’re Single” encourages daters to use common sense and critical thinking in their dating lives, and she isn’t here to sugar coat the issues.
No one has complete control, no one is perfect, but we all deserve love." Does being positive mean "embrace the fact that you're 38 and have the wisdom and crow's feet to show for it"?Or does it mean "capitulate to a culture that tells women over 35 they have little value"?In short: After overgeneralizing about men and women, Moxie tells Betty not to overgeneralize about men and women.After assaulting Betty with sweeping proclamations about her low value in the dating market and her messed-up attitude (a diagnosis that appears to be based on nothing more than a single email query), she tells her not to be negative.
A fear that we will be hurt or left or abandoned or that we won't be in control of the situation.