Date: 2018-01-07 10:39
According to the 7565 . census, percent of females over age 65 in Connecticut and percent of males over 65 have never been married another percent of women and percent of men are listed as divorced.
“We’ve had a lot of success,” Wettenstein says. “Couples have formed.” But meeting a mate isn’t the be-all and end-all of his events. “Many or most people are coming with the intent of meeting somebody, but not necessarily for marriage,” he says. “Every single person wants somebody to do things with and have fun.”
Most women here are single mothers and married wives looking for an affair. They could be your neighbour or someone you know. Can you keep the identity of these women a secret?
Norford explains that starting a business such as hers in a big city like Manhattan could be a bit more challenging as New Yorkers don't tend to be as social with strangers.
NORWALK, CT — When Ridgefield resident Trenia Norford speaks about her business Connectricity , the sparks she hopes to ignite in her clients can't help but sparkle from her eyes. "For me it's a passion," she said from her Ridgefield office. "I want to give people that feeling they get when you're first in love— like particles coming together… electricity," she explained when sharing about her business name choice.
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The friendly vibe of Chicago's downtown area was the perfect start for her singles nights she planned while building her business. Now that Norford is in Connecticut, she's decided to relaunch Connectricity with a big party at Village Tavern in Ridgefield.
Noting the number of singles groups, dances, Meetups and other activities available to Connecticut singles, Ryan says, “There’s no excuse that you can’t find things to do—there have never, ever in the history of the world been this many things for singles to do.”
But warm weather isn’t enough to help people forge connections with others. “You have to push yourself past your comfort zone,” Ryan says. “It does require making an effort and deciding you’re going to take some social risks. Get out, talk to people, be friendly!”
As an alternative, many singles turn to , an online service that that helps groups of people get together to enjoy activities in which they share an interest. Googling “meetup” yields troves of listings for things to do with other people hundreds of Meetup groups all over Connecticut have formed around interests as diverse as hiking, biking, bowling and bucket lists ( ).