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In your 20s, you dated around, kissed a few frogs, partied with your girls, survived school and got a firm grip on your career (finally! The twenty-something decade is full of exploration and change—but then, you blow out 30 candles and something feels decidedly different."There's this really unique thing that happens in your thirties," says psychologist Kristen Carpenter, Ph D, Director of Women's Behavioral Health at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center.
"You really begin refining and enriching your life, and gaining career traction so you are where you want to be in your forties."According to Carpenter, this is where work-life balance starts to become the top priority.
You could be attracted to the wrong type of person or keep making the same bad choices over and over, due to an unresolved issue from your past.
About 18 million Americans suffer from depression and another 20 million worldwide use dating websites each month, according to Online Dating Magazine.
Chances are, there are people who will be in both groups.
Women who want love and family tend to start wondering how they will fit it all in, while still killin' it in their careers.
With a few mindset changes, it's possible to have it all (even if it's not all at once)—but this starts with tweaking your approach to dating and relationships.