In December 2006, a Newsweek magazine poll named her one of the fifty most influential baby boomers.

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But while he claims he only swipes right on less than 10 percent of profiles, his good looks still net him more than 100 matches a week — and it’s tiring trying to keep up.

“It can be mentally and physically exhausting, and I start to question the time and money I’ve spent,” he says.

Garofola isn’t the only guy who is fed up with playing the field.

Sure, the numbers are in their favor: A survey by NYC’s Economic Research and Analysis group found that young single women in Manhattan outnumber single men nearly 2 to 1 — and it’s pressuring NYC’s most eligible bachelors to be on the prowl, even if it’s not what they really want.

“A lot of my married friends tell me it’s horrible being tied down, and that women will just divorce you and take half,” says Eric Borich, a 32-year-old portfolio manager at Oxford Property Group.

Borich cites pressure to keep dating around so that his married friends can live vicariously through his enviable lifestyle.

That can be taxing after a while.” Borich wishes he could cut back on the number of women he sees per week.

“I sometimes hate dating in NYC because it’s like a job interview.

But in the past two months, he’s been feeling spent by the mating game.

“In New York, everyone has this feeling that they have limitless options,” the Gramercy-based lawyer tells The Post.

Heath was not about to let her go alone, and as he was getting into the vehicle with her he was smoothing her hair back.'I remember him looking at her, and she looking up at him with these wide eyes.