Let’s be honest here, some people might find that dating in your 30s doesn’t seem as exciting as it was in your 20s.
It is an entirely different ballgame out there, and it doesn’t seem so juvenile now.
Don’t expect anything, and you won’t be disappointed. Do not allow yourself to settle for the next man who proposes, or gives a hint of marriage when you aren’t even sure.
Enjoy the relationship for the happiness it brings now, but when it brings more harm than good, learn to let go. Marriage is a serious thing, and getting there should never be a case of a race to the altar.
Are you still holding on to a dead relationship, where the man has absolutely no intention of settling down and has been a notorious cheater?
Now is the time to be realistic, and let go of relationships that will just hold you back.
Sure, you might have made mistakes when you were younger, but that is all in the past.
Owning up to those mistakes and challenging yourself to get back in the dating field is a sign of maturity.
You could be chatting it up with virtual strangers you met via dating sites one minute, and sleeping with them the next.[Read: 10 guys to stop dating if you want real love] #7 Don’t let yourself fall apart.Do not be that emotional wreck who sobs her eyes out while calling random people at 3am, in hopes that someone will listen to her sad story.Now that you are more in control with yourself, you have a clearer picture of what you want from a relationship and from life.All those failed dates and relationships in your 20s have taught you what you don’t want, so it logically follows that you’re able to narrow down the options for what you do want. Who says that you have to settle down in your 20s, or that you have to nail Mr.