Those who can’t, teach? Don’t slap that cliché on single matchmaker Patti Stanger.
“I know I for one have been criticized for not being married,” the 51-year-old Millionaire Matchmaker cuts right to the chase on PattiKnows.com. “As I look back on my previous loves and engagement, none of the men would have made me happy in a marriage. The relationship had run its course.”
But from her heart-blehs came quite a few positives. “I learned a lot about myself and probably dodged a bullet in some cases. I sometimes think I wasted time on men who I wanted to fix or they wanted to fix me, but if I never went through that experience I wouldn’t know a healthy relationship from a bad one. Plus I’d probably never have become the matchmaker I am now. If my love life had run smoothly, I’d probably have no interest in fixing up others.”
Luckily, through those ice cream and tears times, Patti always had a fellow matchmaker on her side – her mom. “As my mother Rhoda Goldstien says, “Whenever a boy broke my heart I remembered, Patti, men are like buses. No matter if you’re 18 or 80, there is always one that comes every ten [minutes.] You’ve just got to be ready to get on the bus.”
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Critiicized for not being married? More like criticized for being callous, profane, insulting, biased, unattractive, pretentious and in no way in a position to be critical of ANYONE.
Additionally, the election is over so you can halt interjecting your own political choices into what is supposed to be entertainment. Your comment about "right-wing Catholics", said in a mocking tone, was just one more reason to stop watching your show. Entertainers would be wise to remember that more than half of the country is divided over liberal vs conservative issues ... you voice your choice, you lose half your audience.