Research suggests that, while it is possible to predict whether two people could enjoy spending time together in the short term, it’s (nearly) impossible to scientifically match two people for long-term compatibility.
One of mine, for a long time, was that men like younger women, so I was too old to find love.
After years of dating and relationship failures, it’s easy to go on permanent “guyatus,” and throw in the towel on men. In this special podcast, I’m going to reframe 10 limiting beliefs you have about love and show you how to turn your glass half-empty into a glass half-full. I think we’ve all had limiting beliefs at one point or another.
My marriage was boring and routine, and I like life to be exciting and spontaneous.
There were so many fights, and fighting with a partner is so draining. At this point in my life, a lot of my peers are either in long-term relationships or are engaged.
I do think that there is a general preference for younger people–but I think I took that too far in believing that of the time.