Bingo. Yes. She graduated from one of the most prestigious engineering schools in California. She's highly intelligent. The thing is she told me that she is not career driven. She only works to make money so she can travel and be a foodie. I just don't understand how that can be fulfilling long term? Like I said she's highly intelligent when it comes to technical stuff but I have never heard her speak about spiritual, political, or economic matters or anything that deals with things beyond her sphere of influence. I don't know if she even believes in God or not. She's doesn't seem to be an overtly feminist, leftist, progressive type. Though, she did dye her hair purple last year. I just have this gut feeling that she's going to wake up one day at age 50 alone and think, "What have I done with my life?"
There's a culture in the states somehow different than elsewhere where women here seem to believe that marriage and relationships are something that men should deliver to women. When I hear an American woman say "I can't find a good man", what they really mean is that they "go fishing" like someone sitting in their living room, putting a bucket on the kitchen counter, and waiting for the perfect fish to flop into it. (Ideally, the fish should scrape off its scales and bread itself too.)
There's simply no (reasonable) excuse for a woman like this, if she desired a family, to remain single. It's like someone starving to death in a food court with a stack of twenties in their hands.
Even a 37 year old woman hasn't really hit their "wall" yet compared to a young man in his mid 20's who might have to learn decent game to even get someone in his own socioeconomic class. Partly what's keeping these women single and hitting their wall is that they've been indoctrinated to believe that dying alone is something they shouldn't worry about until they're literally taking their last breath.