30s woman dating
They’re the people who couldn’t get their shit together, and they’re kind of crazy—believe me, I know, because I’ve dated them all.”While Steve acknowledges that this whole life thing is unquestionably harder for women, he says that guys also suffer through the 30s single shift.
“In your 30s, everything becomes more segregated,” he mused. People with babies hang out with other people with babies.
I am officially the last single person in my friend group. It feels like just yesterday we were being rejected from Raya, and now suddenly everyone is scouting for wedding venues upstate—except me.
I’m starting to realize how different—and freakish—being single feels in your 30s.
” Steve sees this clan-like behavior creeping into the workplace as well.Here’s another 30s development: Now, when I meet a cute guy, he’s often already married.Just recently, I felt like I was truly connecting with my orthodontist—I mean, he’s literally been putting his fingers in my mouth for six months—only for him to drop last week that he has a wife. This past weekend, I was commiserating about 30s singledom with my friend “Steve,” a 35-year-old TV producer who lives in Chicago.“Maybe all the people who are biased against single people are right.Maybe there is something wrong with us.”Like many women, I spent most of my 20s wondering if a conventional relationship and family is something that I even want.
There are three bedrooms and one pullout couch, and suddenly this year I keep being demoted to the couch, so that the couples can have “privacy.” Excuse me, but do single people not need privacy?