Silicon Valley is also known for being full of engineers and programmers who are not known for their emotional sensitivity or warmth.
If you subtract another 20 percent of the men for being emotionally closed, then you end up with a great shortage of good men.
There are very many shy, quiet, workaholic male engineers in Silicon Valley who don't go out, and who don't date.
So subtract 10 percent of the men because they are working all the time.
After all, if making a lot of money made men popular, then the majority of men in Silicon Valley would be popular.
In this short and simple guide I will teach you, step-by-step, how to figure out what kind of woman you are looking for, how to develop the sides of yourself that will be most attractive to her, how to plan a strategy for meeting eligible, attractive women, and how to meet enough women so that you have a good choice of women from whom to select a girlfriend or partner. How would you rate the appeal of my car on a scale of 1 to 10?
In fact, you will have an advantage over most of the nerdy, clueless men whose only redeeming feature is that they make plenty of money.
Although women like men who make money, given the choice between a rich, nerdy, disconnected, lousy lover versus a middle-class, warm, connected, funny, talented lover most women will choose the latter.The only problem with this information is that it is just plain wrong. Worse yet the conclusions drawn from these numbers don't even follow.If you go out to any singles event particularly those that cater to men and women in their 30's or 40's, you quickly notice that there are just as many women looking for partners as men. was feeling frustrated again -- a miserable, hopeless kind of frustration that's visible from two blocks down the street.It's been five months since Peter moved to Silicon Valley, and during that time he's had exactly one date -- and afterwards the woman didn't even show him the courtesy of returning his phone call.And this fits my experience as a psychotherapist in Silicon Valley.