Dating in your mid 30s

I didn't find that at all, in fact entirely the opposite.I left my ex when I was 34, spent a year having lots of fun, then got together with my now DH at 35.Circumstances are unique, I have met a bloke who was with a women who was infertile.He loved her and stayed with her and endured numerous miscarriages and cycles of IVF.He was just out of a long relationship and had no intention of getting heavily involved, but when I told him about 2 months into things that I wasn't up for just being his fuck buddy, we got serious.Just over 3 years later we are married with a wee one on the way My point is that I was really excited to be 34 and single - I was the best me is ever been, happy, confident and excited about who might be around the corner.

While you appreciate their attraction to you and their boundless, youthful optimism, there is no way in hell you're sleeping on a futon on a regular basis.

While we are aware that a biological clock exists, we also know that modern technology is helping lots of women get knocked up later in life.

Please feel free to fake bad cell reception when your mom calls to remind you that you’re “running out of time” to give her grandchildren.

To be honest you do seem a little bit negative and ever so slightly defensive.

Perhaps it is coming across without you realising, OP?

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