Being single definitely has its advantages, just like being in a relationship.
The trick for me, much like other areas of my life, is realizing that I am where I am supposed to be.
She is urged by her over-supportive family, comprised of her many siblings, their partners, and her widowed father, to get back into the dating scene, something she has been reluctant to do in not feeling ready.
As such, her most proactive sister in the matter, Carol, sets her up on an Internet dating site.
However, Sarah also makes the acquaintance of Bob (Dermot Mulroney), the divorced father of one of her students, and she finds herself having to choose between two potentially worthwhile men.
Meanwhile, Sarah's widowed father, Bill (Christopher Plummer), decides to give Internet dating a try, and lands himself a new steady in Dolly (Stockard Channing).
Carol decides to force the issue by posting Sarah's photo and profile on an Internet dating site, and soon a number of seemingly eligible bachelors are sending her e-mails in hopes of a date.
However, nearly every man she meets turns out to be a loser, with the exception of Jake (John Cusack), who is smart, good looking, and even brings along a dog for their walk in the park (though he doesn't tell her the pooch was borrowed for the occasion).
A woman finds herself drafted into the battle of finding the perfect man in this romantic comedy.I wasn’t supposed to be in a relationship over the last four years. Now, I’m in a place where I can look at myself, my flaws, my needs and what I have to offer in a healthy way.I know what I’ll stand for and what is unacceptable.I was sharing with a friend that it’s much easier to connect with .If I threw a stone I could hit dozens of single girlfriends looking for a “decent” guy.Preschool teacher Sarah Nolan, divorced for eight months, is still grieving the end of her marriage.