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At once, I realized how challenging it is to be in constant motion without actually looking at anyone.
I nearly collided with several men while smiling vacantly at the wall behind them.
It lists 35 rules that women who want “marriage, in the shortest time possible” are supposed to follow.
The prose is both basic and whimsical, like advice from a well-meaning but slightly unhinged 90-year-old great aunt, offering one of those “pep talks” that actually make you feel worse, rather than better.
This feat was much harder as we stared silently at each other over dinner between short bouts of small talk. “You know, all this staring reminds me of an article I read recently where a couple asks each other 36 questions, then stare into each other's eyes for four minutes, and they fall in love,” I blurted, which was almost as bad as using the “M word.” “Oh, so if we keep staring at each other we’ll fall . The more I have focused on how I act around men; how I speak, and look, and every gesture I make, the more self-conscious and anxiety-prone I have become.