Late thirties dating
Teens may not always seem interested in what their parents are doing but when it comes to dating and love, they are watching every move.
Here are some tips on how you can model healthy dating and help the next generation steer clear of some tough situations in their own relationships.
In your 20s, you dated around, kissed a few frogs, partied with your girls, survived school and got a firm grip on your career (finally! The twenty-something decade is full of exploration and change—but then, you blow out 30 candles and something feels decidedly different."There's this really unique thing that happens in your thirties," says psychologist Kristen Carpenter, Ph D, Director of Women's Behavioral Health at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center.
With a few mindset changes, it's possible to have it all (even if it's not all at once)—but this starts with tweaking your approach to dating and relationships. You worked hard through your twenties to build some kind of meaningful work. It’s taken a while to get your act together, but now you’re able to objectively look at your life and feel quite pleased with what you’ve made of yourself.Those now-coupled-up friends from high school or university are only making this more difficult.They have little interest in parties, going out, the kind of things single people do when they want to meet people.