I'm looking for a guy between the ages of 30 and 36, which was only four percent of the population, so now I'm dealing with the possibility of 30,000 men.I was looking for somebody who was Jewish, because I am and that was important to me. I figure I'm attracted to maybe one out of 10 of those men, and there was no way I was going to deal with somebody who was an avid golfer.
So my name is Amy Webb, and a few years ago I found myself at the end of yet another fantastic relationship that came burning down in a spectacular fashion. I also have a very tight-knit family, and I'm very, very close with my sister, and as a result, I wanted to have the same type of family when I grew up. I am constantly swimming in numbers, formulas and charts. I turned to my grandmother, who always had plenty of advice, and she said, "Stop being so picky. And most importantly, true love will find you when you least expect it." Now as it turns out, I'm somebody who thinks a lot about data, as you'll soon find.The act has long been taboo as far as American culture is concerned.It's rarely depicted in TV or movies beyond women rolling over in bed and complaining of cramps.Here, we'll cover when, how, and why to bring up seven sticky situations that most couples face.