Maybe we'll meet a brooding, handsome stranger in a coffee shop, or some witty guy will approach us at the neighborhood bar one night.
You could even have some sort of "list" for what you want in a guy.
In your 20s, you were probably dreaming up what would be the pinnacle of your career life, because, why not?
"You can't wait for serendipity to intervene or simply say, ' It will happen when it happens.'"What does that look like?
A bad date helps us to enjoy a good one, a good relationship gets us ready for a great one, a painful or arduous experience tests our composure, flexibility and resilience.
Translation: you’re trying too hard and it’s not hot. Everything we do prepares us for something else, for better and for worse.
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.
Here's how to take stock of your goals, make some strategic changes and get long-term satisfaction out of love and life.
Hold on to your phones or computer mouses because you're about to get a little tough love.