Dating advice for women in 30s
It’s normal now for the guy to bring up if he wants a family or not by the second date, which is positive about dating in my 30s. Because everyone is trying to find a partner, it’s easy to make stupid mistakes and fall for men that are definitely bad for you but are promising all the right things.
In my 20s, I would have seen right through these over-eager men, but in my 30s sometimes I’m so focused on finding what I want that I fall for these over-the-top promises with the wrong person.
Sorry, childless women over 30 are not hard-core obsessing about making babies.
While we are aware that a biological clock exists, we also know that modern technology is helping lots of women get knocked up later in life.
Just because they too might be in their 30s, doesn’t mean they’re in the same place as you are.
And starting this year, I had to make a conscious effort to take a step back from driving to the suburbs every weekend and actually put the effort into finding a partner.
The biggest difference from dating in my 20s from dating in my 30s is how secure I feel with myself.
In my 20s, I was still unsure of what I wanted and who I was. So I tended to date men (let’s be honest — boys) who I met along the way. And you are not dating for the big events — it doesn’t matter to me if he shows up to happy hours that don’t hold significance.
While you appreciate their attraction to you and their boundless, youthful optimism, there is no way in hell you're sleeping on a futon on a regular basis.
You're on to bigger and better mattresses, girlfriend.