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” Finding men with compatible interests (and tastes) hasn’t been easy for Donnelly, a dental hygienist.
“Now I’m at a point where I should get out there [more], but I don’t know where the men are,” she says with a sigh.
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Today, the act of searching for a “plus one” often involves online profiles, blind dates, false starts and new rules of engagement.
“I went through a long period—more than a decade—of being a couple,” says Erik*, 42, a divorced father of two who works in finance and lives in Arlington.
“All of a sudden I was single and all my friends were couples.
I took some time to rediscover things I hadn’t done in a long time, such as building up my professional and social ties. I was rudderless for a while, and didn’t like being home alone.” Like many who are single the second time around, Erik still prefers to meet women the old-fashioned way, in casual social settings.
In April 2017, the 139th White House Easter Egg Roll was held on the South Lawn.