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There is no magical place with other single people.
The beauty is that they’re doing the same things you are.” Above all else, listening to your intuition is so key when it comes to dating in your 30s.
You might have tried really hard to make it work with someone you knew wasn’t good for you or you ignored a ton of red flags.
Focus your attention and energy on those good characteristics you’re looking for and then you’ll start spotting singles who embody those traits everywhere you go.
To avoid wasting your time and getting emotionally attached to someone who will never be The One, Spira recommends sharing your intentions right from the beginning.
Having your intentions right there for everyone to see will prompt someone who’s just looking to have fun to swipe left and encourage someone who’s on the same page as you are to swipe right.
Virginia totally agrees with being clear about your intentions, but she suggests having that conversation on the first date instead. “You don’t want to sit down with someone on a first date or your first encounter and make them feel like they’re in an interview or a screening process.” Instead, be curious and ask questions in an authentic and genuine way that will help you get a feel for what their goals are.