Book on dating in your 30s
Figure out which "undesirable" traits you can live with in the long run, because nobody's perfect — not even you.5. Yep, another Facebook engagement on your newsfeed makes a grand total of 24 friends (or frenemies) this week. Sure, you're entitled to a few moments of self-pity, but after a week of downing every Krispy Kreme you see, you've got to let go and move forward. In your 20s, the idealist in you believed that money doesn't matter.A diamond might be forever, but a moment on the lips and a lifetime on the hips is just as harrowing.6. Love is all you need, you (and John Lennon) thought. Maybe you're happy with your pattern — you're a blissful serial monogamist or a sometime-dater — but for the rest of you who've had it UP TO HERE ... When it comes to love, your gut (and by gut, we mean vagina) can sometimes lead you astray. Try out the shy guy whose sense of humor you have to draw out.When you’re young and reckless, you are living in the “here and now,” not the “here and now I have a lot of debt and I’m going to get checked for a STI.”Not only is life different from your early 20’s to your late 20’s — but so is dating. Things that might seem like nothing when you were younger and more carefree, are big red flags as you get older.Everything you thought you knew about dating changes as you get older. There are different dating rules because the name of the dating game has changed.Regardless, when you date in your late 20’s it’s crucial you are aware of the statistics of STI’s, their symptoms and first and foremost, that you are having safe sex.
When you were younger, you didn’t worry about how you might meet a potential partner. But now as you are out of the college scene and the there’s no office cuties at work, you’ve got to search elsewhere.
Now that you are more mature, you have found your voice.
Use that voice in the bedroom and speak up about your wants and needs.
Waiting for everything to "fall into place."It can't. Stop thinking that when you finally get a promotion, Mr.
Go against the grain; it might end up feeling right.2.