Dating in your 30s
This means you know what you’re worth and you know what you don’t deserve in a relationship.Men and women in their 30s won’t put up with as much relationship-based rubbish, purely because they know who they are.You’re still young in your 30s, so you certainly don’t know it all, but you’re more mature than the previous decade.
Dating in your 30s video
Read on to hear advice, commiseration, and encouragement.
The biggest difference from dating in my 20s from dating in my 30s is how secure I feel with myself.
In your 30s, you’re less likely to put up with a time waster. It’s possible that in your 20s you would have held on tightly to someone who wasn’t right for you, probably out of fear that you wouldn’t meet anyone else, or because you felt so strongly for them.
In your 30s, that’s less likely to be the case because time wasters can’t be tolerated.
Depending upon your outlook, dating can be either fun or completely nerve-wracking.
You put yourself out there for approval or rejection, and you wait with bated breath to see which way it’s going to go.
That can either be thrilling to you, or it can make you want to pull each tooth out individually with your bare hands.
When you are in your 20s, it’s all about meeting new people, having conversations, seeing if there is a connection, having fun, and not thinking too much about the future. When you reach your 30s however, it’s as though someone has placed a weight on your shoulders.
We’ve talked so far about the good sides of dating in your 30s, but there is one particular downside – pressure.
This isn’t the same for everyone, but in some cases, social, family, cultural pressures can make life hard.
Many people in their 20s don’t want to settle down, and they’re purely looking for fun.