Little prior dating experience. Financially stable, pursuing a second degree. Physically attractive, good sense of humor, but shy and introverted with some eccentric interests (would have more fun in a museum than a bar).
Most Helpful Girl
No! You are not screwed if you haven't found your person by age 30!! I am 34, I'm still single, I'm financially stable, and finally pursuing my bachelors. I think for those of us who are in our 30s (or older), when we finally meet that person, maybe we will have a better chance of a successful marriage, because we will have learned a lot of life lessons, and bypass many of the things that tear marriages apart. Also, because we are waiting so long for that person, we will cherish that relationship more, and nurture it better than we may have in our 20s. :)
Don't give up hope, that person will come when they are meant to come. :)1
Most Helpful Guy
I found the love of my life when I was 37.
By then, my first marriage had failed and I had custody of my son. The distribution of marital assets meant that I took on our shared debt.
Yet, the week my divorce became final, I got an eHarmony membership. Seven months later, I met the woman who who one day become my wife. We've been happily married for 9 years as of June this year.
- I'm introverted & shy
- I have a wry sense of humor
- I have good stable, employment
- I don't do the bar scene
Beyond that, you're fit, financially stable and unencumbered with baggage. You should be a total catch to a similarly oriented woman.0