Definitely not in this generation. People are waiting longer to get in serious relationships because of school and starting their career. Also, it's good to experiment and find what you're really looking for in a SO in your 20's, hopefully it will help lower divorce rates lol
I don't agree with the statement, although I understand why people may think this. The idea behind it is "if he has not found someone by now, there must be a reason why he is still single." For example, "he must be a jerk"! Needless to say, this is definitely not always the case.
I hope that most women think of it in a more positive light. I also hear things like "where have all the good men gone?". Perhaps these guys are the last ones, but nobody want to be the person to take the last one.
I don't know about 30 but I'm almost 40 and just recently started dating again. The guys I'm meeting are either only interested in a hook up or they think you are ready to marry them after meeting just once. I met this guy and after a few dates he said I want to have babies with you by Xmas! I'm like sorry that's not happening lol. He also accused me of f-ing other guys after I turned him down for a date, we aren't even in a relationship.
No most likely if these intelligent he's in graduate school getting his PhD or M. D. or is in a residency program postgraduate. Do we have any education here or is is blatantly a website for stupid people
Not these days. I'm pretty sure most of my friends didn't get married til their early to mid 30s. People are career focused these days, women are pursuing careers much more than they were 30-40 years ago. Getting married at 22 isn't really the norm anymore.
No, I don't think so. Many guys just want some time alone, from being in bad relationships. Or they have other, more pressing things they've had to take care of.
It kind of depends on what you consider a "catch." A person might ask why I'm not dating, and I might say, "Well, I've struggled with mental illness for a while." That might be a catch to some people, but not everyone.
More than likely, yes, but not necessarily. He could have recently broken off a relationship. That would be about the only case where it's not a catch. That and he might be incredibly shy, which I suppose would be a catch in itself (lack of confidence).