Dating traditionalist

He may never be emotive, but he will be a good partner for a woman who doesn’t expect a man to express himself verbally. Problem is that Jerry’s had a hard time falling in love. One who handles the household and takes care of the kids and has dinner on the table for him when he gets home from work.Women love his manly side, his innate nobility, his serve and protect ethos. For most of his thirties, he’s been dating attractive women who respond to his masculine energy, and yet each of those relationships has imploded. And it just seems that all the smart women are so busy juggling career, friends, travel, the gym, book club, and a side business, that he’s not sure about what to do.

More than 2.1million women say they do not work because they are ‘looking after their family or home’.Because when push comes to shove, Jerry believes in traditional marital roles. Nor does he feel that women don’t have the right to work hard and make equal money as their male counterparts. He wants a traditional homemaker as a wife, and in his city, he’s had a devil of a time finding any attractive woman who shared his worldview. Should he keep dating the smart women who are out of alignment with his life goals? It’s that she’s far more comfortable talking to venture capital firms and planning to summit Mt.Should he hold out for Suzy Homemaker, although, after ten years, he’s beginning to doubt her very existence? Whitney than she is with cooking dinner for her husband. Jerry is 38, makes $120,000/year, and wants to be a husband and father. Still, for all his Marlboro Man demeanor, he’s good-hearted, generous and loyal.

It’s that he’s far more comfortable building a deck in his backyard, tinkering with his car, and playing golf than he is talking about his feelings.

According to research published today, most men want a traditional wife – and women are often only toohappy to oblige.