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But by our 30s, we have learned to see that our true value has nothing to do with a man or being a relationship. By our 30s, we have created happy, full lives for ourselves, and know that we don't need a relationship to make us whole.
Plus, we've been through breakups and found out that, surprise, our lives didn't actually end! We have experienced what we like in bed by now, and aren't afraid to ask for it.
In fact, I think dating in your 30s is actually pretty rad! A lot of us who are single now in our 30s spent our 20s focused on building careers, traveling, or figuring out who we are and what's important to us.
Now, perhaps we have decided we'd like to focus on building a life with someone, or on having a family.
I find that whatever we put our focus on is what we draw in. A few times.) These relationships usually do not leave you better than they found you. Now, when I see the red flags early on, I don't move forward with the guy, You recognize your worth and value.
So, we're much more likely to draw in the type of relationship we are looking for because we're a lot clearer on what we want. Raise your hand if you ended up investing months or years of your life in a completely dead-end relationship because you either rationalized all the red flags away or completely ignored them. The reason so many women ignore or rationalize away the red flags is because they feel desperate to be in a relationship.
As women, we have been trained by the media, our parents, society, culture, to believe that our worth is based solely on whether or not we're married (especially by a certain age) or have a boyfriend.
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So, in our 20s, we may have behaved with a lack of self-respect or self-esteem, and acted needy and desperate in order to validate ourselves through a man.