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If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
You’re poor, you still live at home (which is totally killing your mojo) and quite frankly you ceebs with dating. But, loads of your friends are in relationships that started on dating apps. Your parents are getting excited, you’re considering moving in together and you start thinking this might just be the one.
I've dated countless women and it has always amazed me how little they know about men.
Life is pretty different when you’re comparing your 20s and 30s.
When you’re younger, you’re still trying to figure out how to navigate the world as an adult and determine what you want within that world and how to get it. Love to you means butterflies and showing your love any time you can.
You’re going out for dates and drinking cocktails in swanky bars (and then crying into your bank statement afterwards). You have someone with whom to hang out, go to the cinema, get a takeaway and have sexual exploits with on a regular basis. And you’re over here getting drunk with a different Bumble date every week. If a guy says he likes a certain type of girl, you try to put on that façade, even if it’s not truly you. Dating in your 30s: You change men until you find one that likes you.Because you’ve been there, and dating men who aren’t into you is overrated.[This is the third of a three-part series that describes how to focus your dating efforts in your teens, twenties and thirties.
There are links below the post to the other two parts.] Female game consists of three parts or stages: While these general stages apply to all women, a woman's age, experience and eligibility should factor heavily into her approach to dating if she wants to eventually find a man to settle down with.You want someone who’s already on the same page as you instead of faking it. Patience Dating in your 20s: You’ll give a dud more time just to see where it goes.The possibility that a guy will change is more likely to go through your mind, so you let things play out for a while. Dating in your 30s: You’ll move on quickly once you get a sense things aren’t working. You know what you want and if someone doesn’t already have their act together in their 30s, you immediately see that as a red flag. Other people’s expectations Dating in your 20s: Everyone around you accuses you of rushing things in a relationship.Having been with her boyfriend for eight years, this is something 25-year-old Alicia has experienced: “At first it was fine, but as the years piled up more and more people respond with shock when I tell them how long I've been with my boyfriend,” she explained to “Sometimes they seem to pity me, as if I'm probably too scared of change to break up with him.