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I wish I could attend a wedding of locals here just to have a glimpse and experience their wedding cultures but I wonder maybe on the other way around they thought of the same thing not having an outsider in their private event.

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By staying single, the bachelors prevent these defense mechanisms from being challenged, he said.

Many never-married men are deeply satisfied with their lives as they practice these defenses, Dr. But others are miserable and would like to change but do not know how.

Very little is known about never-married men and women, said Dr.I have never been this attracted before (still after 4 years).The sex is great (I even want more than he does, it seems). he’s (50 years old and) never been in an LTR (he has had one relationship that lasted 2 years-25 years ago). I have commented several times that “it feels like a short term relationship that has gone on for a long time.” – it turns out that I am probably the type of woman who can have a relationship with any man that is attracted to me (I don’t hold on to negative feelings and I let things “go” more than your average gal.A PSYCHOLOGIST who studies the hearts and minds of confirmed bachelors over the age of 40 has advice for women who want to marry one: Forget it."If you get involved with a never-married middle-aged man, don't expect him to change," said Dr. Waehler, a psychologist at the University of Akron in Ohio who studied a group of white, heterosexual bachelors 40 to 50 years old.To find your eligible bachelor you need to increase your dating social network either through friends, professional introduction agencies or being more open to meeting someone in your usual hangouts.