Dating in your 20s
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You won't want to waste your time if they don't fit the mold. It doesn't even matter that he let you split the check. You want a man -- a real man -- and if he doesn't know how to act, you'd honestly rather be alone. You're sort of oblivious to people's quirks when you're younger, which, believe me, is a trait you want to hold on to. The last thing on your mind when you're in your early 20s is marriage and babies. And then you can go home all googly-eyed and blushing and feel like you might burst until he texts you next.
Is this guy someone you could actually see yourself getting serious with?
They're either seriously dating someone or engaged (or even worse, married), and there you are, still dating, still single.
And instead of celebrating singledom with your friends, you're now ordering pizza alone, drinking alone at the bar, stalking everyone's glamorous “bae and me” selfies and feeling like a total loser.
Verbal conversation - with your actual mouth moving - is on the verge of extinction.
Everyday, people turn to text messages and email chains to discuss important matters, rather engaging in face-to-face contact.
Well, true to form, that fairy tale conveniently ended before one fateful Valentine’s Day, and once again, I was an independent woman, and no man could put a ring on my finger.
I eventually went through my first “post break-up mid life crisis.” We all know what that entails: no f*cks given, getting with whoever I wanted and doing whatever I wanted, and finally taking a step back to consider what was the true downfall of the relationship.
Once you reach a certain age, the art of dating completely changes.
Over the years, our generation has somehow decided that dating is complicated and not worth it.
After observing myself and observing other people, I have put together a list of things we do that destroy all relationships.
If you never mend these issues, your heart might never be put back together. If you take anything from this, it should be this very message.
When I look back on what the dating world was like in my early 20s, I usually have the same reaction. But then I compare those younger years to the pitiful dating scene of my late 20s, and realize how great I once had it.