Balance the line between keeping things real and oversharing.It’s hard because there is a part of me that wants to blab to you guys about anything and everything going on, but I am also very private… I had a serious boyfriend when I started this blog, and he naturally just became a part of the blog. It made me feel a little sick to my stomach (and I felt like I was violating both of our privacy) and so I went through my site and deleted most of the posts with him in it.You could be gorgeous, witty, successful, and smart and it won't matter.In fact, the better of a woman you are, it seems, the more apt they are to reject you out of intimidation.Men who have waited to have kids or who had kids with their first wife but perhaps not as many as they would have liked, are looking for a fertile woman.You could be "Fertile Myrtle" and they might not know it simply because you're over 35 and they didn't bother to ask because you didn't fit the criteria.First of all, it isn’t easy, and dating in your 30s doesn’t get easier.
I don’t know which is worse, probably the bachelors since all they’ve done is live in party land. Whether you like it or not, there’s a biological clock ticking in all of us women.Let’s take a look at what it’s like dating in your 30s. Yeah, you may be walking into the dating community thinking that it’s gonna be flowing with men.I mean, don’t get me wrong, it is heavily stocked with men.My audience was also a lot smaller back then, so I never thought twice about throwing photos of the two of us together up, talking about our life together, and so on and so forth. As if it wasn’t hard enough already, for the first year afterward, “breakup” was one of the key search words (next to my name) bringing in traffic. But I think about talking about dating over here a little bit more, as there are things I want to share with you, especially with regard to dating in your thirties. God, things have changed so much in a few short years.So, tonight () I am going to share those things with you…. Five or six years ago, everything happened in real life, now everyone meets online! While it’s certainly an ego boost to have so many “matches,” I ultimately found them to be a waste of time. I’m friends with my ex now and it all feels so far away now, but I think I’ve possibly blacked out how bad it was. You figure out what things are deal breakers, and what things aren’t.