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Truths About Dating in Your 30s
When the show debuted in , I was just Now, when I watch it as a single woman in her 30s, it hits a little closer to home. I identify with the characters and their struggles so much more than I did before. Because dating in your 30s is very different than dating in your 20s. The playing field is narrower and you probably carry a little more baggage. You also likely have fewer single friends, so there's more pressure to couple up. If you recently became single or just turned 31 and are beginning to notice how dating has changed, you came to the right place. Does age really matter? Not so much. One of my girlfriends is 35 and she just married a year-old.
T he woman at the dating agency was blunt. Men will run an absolute mile from you. An absolute mile. I started to regret phoning her. Why would they like someone who, if she can still have children, would need to have them straight away? No, men will run a mile. I went home and burst into tears.
I get it. You want kids. You can feel your eggs dwindling and your ovaries ache. Over time you see yet another new baby announcement on Facebook.
30 and Single
Dating in your late 30s especially if you are dating after divorce with kids like me is sort of like sifting through a garbage can, hoping to find a huge diamond and a pair of Manolo Blahniks. I don't mean to say that every available man is worthless when you're in your late 30s but rather that the game is hard, and guess what, ladies: it's still a game, even at our age. Here are some truths you need to know if you're about to head out into the dating pond in your late 30s. A lot of men want their ladies young. These are the bachelors that hit lates and into mids and suddenly realized, "Oh snap!