Here’s one thing that a lot of my 30 something clients have noticed.
At around 30 years old, people start to dividing into two groups based on their relationship status.
Each group of people go off into their own little “world”, so to speak.
The single people live in single world. Single world is a world of fun and excitement. They go out, date around, travel and have a good time.
They live simply and don’t save too much, but they usually have a lot of fun.
As time goes on though, single world gets smaller and smaller.
At 30, single world is a ton of fun with a lot of cool people.
But by the time you hit 40, single world is kind of lonely. You’ve often been hanging at the same places with the same people for 10 years.
A bit of stagnation sets in.
Couple world is different.
It starts out slow. Couples save and party less than single people. They go to bed early and wake up early. They focus on the little things.
They buy houses and fix them up and have kids and raise families.
But while single world gets slowly less interesting as time goes by, couple world gets more interesting as time goes on.
Couple world grows as you get more connections, move forward in work and build your family and invest in your life.
Now, couple world isn’t perfect. If you pair up with the wrong person, you can wind up with strife and conflict and divorce.
And even at the best of times, a relationship requires work and constant improvement. Couple world is less about fun, it’s less hedonistic, but in the long run it is far more meaningful.
If you’re starting to notice that single world is losing its joy, it might be time to make the transition into couple world.
And if you want help with that, I can help you create a Smart Dating Strategy so you can do a better job of meeting the kinds of women you really want to have a relationship with.
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