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Growing up in Arlington, Megan Donnelly never imagined she would one day be a divorced mother, navigating the singles scene here in her 40s.But that’s the reality she entered when her marriage broke up eight years ago.She’s since dipped her toe into the dating pool, but is not impressed: “I had coffee with someone I met on and we were discussing health, fitness, etc.,” she says.“He mentioned that he had recently given up caffeine, alcohol and sugar, among other things.Being that those are three of my food groups, I can’t tell you how ready I was to leave.I mean, we can never share a slice of cheesecake or a bottle of wine?” Finding men with compatible interests (and tastes) hasn’t been easy for Donnelly, a dental hygienist.



She assumes that the majority of locals claiming “single” as their Facebook status are under 30. In fact, more than half of Arlington residents between the ages of 30 and 39 are unmarried, according to the county planning division.Single men and women also account for about 46 percent of those who are 40 to 59.To be fair, “single” is a fairly broad category, under which cohabiting couples are counted alongside those who are divorced, widowed, separated or never married. “Most people my age are in relationships,” says the divorced mother of three sons, an Arlington resident for 27 years who works for the county government.Nevertheless, the numbers should be somewhat encouraging for the uncoupled, in that 55 percent of all Arlington adults are not married. “I’m happy enough with who I am, what I do and being active.

It would be nice to have someone, but I’m fine.” She has tried online dating but hasn’t had much luck.

“I met a lot of nice people, but a man my age [who is] as active as I am wants someone much younger,” she says, speaking from experience.