Contrary to popular belief, older people are often happier and more romantically attached than their younger counterparts. The nature of these romantic attachments, however, may differ. The belief has been that, along with a decay in physical and mental capacities, happiness and romantic love decline with age.Oct 3, 2019
“Being single in your 30s is often seen as a consolation prize instead of the amazing experience that it can truly be,” says Stephanie Lee, a relationship expert and coach. But those who experience it learn that it’s actually pretty fun—and that what other people think about your relationship status doesn’t matter.
You’ve got high standards. If you’re worried about the fact you’ll never find love, then chances are your high standards have got something to do with your single status. Never lower them. Too many people settle for something they’re not really sure about, just because they don’t want to be alone.Mar 31, 2021
“Dating is more difficult in your 40s because your life is usually more settled, and doing new things doesn’t come as easily as it did in your earlier years,” says psychotherapist Tina B. Tessina, LMFT, author of The Ten Smartest Decisions a Woman Can Make After Forty.Mar 18, 2020
Some aspects of dating in your 30s make the process harder—such as a shrinking candidate pool. You can no longer meet potential partners at school and probably aren’t attending parties and social gatherings as often. That means some of the innocence and fun of dating may be lost.Aug 21, 2020