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In her spare hours, she puts her smouldering looks to use as an actor; recently, she played a sexy maid in a short film. That’s a significant sea in which to miss finding a fish.
Especially the attractive ones.”It’s no new revelation that Vancouver is a tough place to meet a mate, or even date.
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Asha Gill, 41, doesn’t have much patience for Vancouver’s shallow dating scene, so she’s single.
After a marriage that ended in divorce six years ago and mad dating afterward, she’s narrowed her relationship search to reflect her experience.
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According to Statistics Canada, in the 2011 census, women outnumbered men at 52 per cent of the population over the age of 15 in Greater Victoria.
She doesn’t have a checklist of qualities, such as romance or cash, so many of her same-age girlfriends screen for, she said. But nothing can touch that feeling.”As for Teleky, she’s not looking for love anymore.
Lasting love, she’s discovered, is really about good day-to-day communication, being understood, and seeking to understand.“Being loved by a partner and having that kind of loving exchange, nothing can touch that in terms of how it makes you feel,” Gill told the , explaining why she’s still looking for love. Raised behind the Iron Curtain on a literary diet of Jane Austen and the Brontí«s, she once had a heart full of romantic fantasy.
To him, it’s simple: love is happiness; “it’s more fun than anything you can imagine.” He suggested this, like the concept of Namaste—the divine in me greets the divine in you— is a spiritual-relationship theme that extends across faiths and time: the Upanishads, Buddha, and so on.
Young people, he said, have an easier time grasping the concept of intrinsic worth, as do First Nations people.That’s not a local problem, Wolsak explained; that’s a western-world challenge.