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I loved Lisa's story about her mom at 86 reading the manuscript for her book on singleness saying, "There's some tips in here I might use when I start dating." I thought (Laughter) that was great. I think you're gonna hear some things today that will help you. You know, I feel like I've told people, like I've "talked" this book probably 500 times in conversations, at dinner parties, you know—Jim: Conferences. And people have said, "Lisa, you gotta put this down on paper, 'cause it's really everything that I wish I'd been told about dating and relationships in my 20s, but wasn't. We understand that, but it will be a small number that choose celibacy as their path.
And so, I feel like I learned a few things a little too late and so, I want to help that younger generation move along and say, "This is what I need to know before I get to the point where I'm frustrated and I'm upset and I feel like I've missed opportunities or whatever. It is under our marriage banner, because we believe in family formation as part of the marriage track. For the most part, a majority of people are going to choose marriage and that's why we want to talk about the topic today.
Jenny, a shy teacher from Rotherham, meets super-confident city trader Nick in a London wine bar.
She is nervous and talkative, he is bluff and full of himself though he does confess that his promiscuity wrecked his marriage.
She eventually drops her guard and finds herself enjoying herself with David but whilst he talks about himself he discloses he has 4 children and his wife is deceased.
Mia excuses herself and leaves for the toilet but leaves the restaurant without telling him.