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- By your 30s, you most likely have sewed your oats.
You’ve dated around, know what’s out there, and got all the bad boy loving out of your system.
- You’ve had enough time to recover from your first major heartbreak.
During my research, I found that many women got married because they thought they’d never find anyone else to compare to their first love, so they settled.
- Your 20s are about self-indulgence.
You’re creating yourself. By your 30s, you know who you are and what you can offer a partner. You’re not going to outgrow each other.
- With age comes maturity and better communication skills.
Instead of fighting over little things or pushing issues under the rug, you know how to address them.
- You know what you want.
You’re not going to waste time dating someone in your 30s when you know it’s not going anywhere, so the partner you marry will be someone with whom you can have a successful future.
- You’ve established self-confidence.
By bringing out the best in yourself, you’re enhancing your marriage.
- By your 30s, you’ve hopefully learned how to manage money.
- You’re more secure in your career in your 30s.
This provides you the time and energy to focus on a marriage
- You’ve had time to live alone.
Either with a roommate or love interest, and you’ve become a responsible adult. You’re not learning this while adjusting to marriage.
- You’ve found your voice.
In your 20s, you’re facing pressure from friends, family, and society to follow the norm. In your 30s, you have the courage to stand up for yourself. And that will lead you to where you should be and who’s supposed to accompany you on this life adventure.