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"Loved this blog! As a single man in my thirties this really touched me, it's what I am going through myself, thank you Ms.Nesbitt, look forward to reading more of you." - M.S.

"Paige I love you and your blog. Just as I am having dinner w/ high school ex tonight, college ex in town next week and contimplating exclusivity w/ current appear with this blog. Cheers to singlehood and to you!" - C.

"I finally had a chance to enjoy this- it made me reflect upon my own “lay over” situation of post divorce. Should I move closer to family or not move? Should I buy a house or continue to rent? Should I seek out a new partner or not? And in a blink of an eye, three years have flown by and I realize that sitting at Chilis on an extended layover is not serving me well. So, as a first step I am buying a home. Please tell Paige thank you for the reminder." - K.

"I read your article because my sister thinks I need to learn how to treat women and all I can say is what is Gavin thinking? You are smart and more importantly, hot." - O.

"Location, location, location is the most important variable In real-estate. In relationships, it is timing, timing, timing. Beautiful child, this old Shadkhan has brokered more than condos and knows that the best way to keep The man when he comes along, while keeping your obvious enthusiasm, and your entertaining sense of humor is to develop a bit of mystery, to maintain a bit of wonder, an abundance of faith, abundance and an abundance of passion. Shalom" - H

"As a young widow of nine years, your blog post hit home. Even though I have created a life I finally love again, I often land in similar conversations. I understand people who care about me want me to be happy...but between my salsa dancing, the successful launch of my transitions & grief recovery coaching business and my amazing network of incredible people, I AM happy. There is no missing thank you for beautifully articulating about the always caring, sometimes humorous, perhaps every so often slightly annoying view by others that we need a partner to be living a whole life! Great job!" - C.B.T.

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May 19, 2010


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Mike Norris

Great article!


Thank you very much, Mike! Please continue reading my blog and I hope you enjoy it.

Thierry Levy

Very well written. Your literary talent is obvious. Do you really want to waste it on finance?


Thank you, Thierry. You are very kind.

Mazi  Robinson

I just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed the "Honey, I just want you to be happy" post. I thought it was excellent and spot on! As you know, I am a counselor now and my entire practice is made of up of women of all ages, but I see a number of single women in their late 20's to late 30's and dating/marriage is a frequent topic. I drives me crazy the way society badgers single women with such comments as "I just want you to be happy" or "How sad that she isn't married yet" because it leaves so many women feeling incomplete like something isn't right with their life when really they have a fabulous life. We all don't have to fit into the cookie-cutter-mold of what life is supposed to look like. I thought your closing thoughts were excellent. At any rate, just wanted to pass along my compliments and to say I can't wait for your book- I will definitely recommend it to my clients!

Take care,


Interesting and educative article.keep it up.
Hope to see you to see on mine blog.

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