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The Princess The Princess is confident, well put together, and very attractive. She still follows “The Rules” and requires that her man do what she wants when she wants. She’s a scorekeeper, and she alone decides when he’s given enough to satisfy her…or when he hasn’t and is history.
The Princess has an “I deserve it” attitude and has little or no concern for how she can make the other person happy.
The stats emerged in a study commissioned to mark the paperback release of The Rosie Project - a tale of one man's quest to find his perfect wife.
Author Graeme Simsion, said:"It's a reminder that the path to finding a life partner can be a long and rocky one - and indeed is for most of us.
In other words, not so far from the ages of Walter and Picasso.“The age gradient for women definitely surprised us — both in terms of the fact that it steadily declined from the time women were 18 to the time they were 65, and also how steep it was,” said Elizabeth Bruch, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Michigan and an author of the study."All those calamities, false starts and heartbreaks never knowing when or if or how "The One" is going to appear in your life.Once we've found someone to settle down with perhaps we're inclined to look only at the negative aspects of the dating journey.'' The study of 2,000 adults who say they have already met 'The One', found that women will also go on seven dates - as well as a further two blind dates and two dates with someone they met over the internet.Bruch also found that a man’s desirability increased the more education he attained.For women, that benefit ended with an undergraduate degree — and postgraduate education, in fact, made them less desirable.