But then again, we didn't live as long as we do now, and women did not have the same career options.Early Twenties I conducted my own poll amongst men 21-35 and discovered some interesting truths.He was successful in his last profession, but wasn’t happy with his job anymore and decided to leave.In the midst of switching careers in a tough economy and getting his second Masters degree, he has accrued some debt (and maybe a little chip on his shoulder, but that’s a different dating question! He is very smart and I am sure he will get on his feet again, but is it wrong of me to not want to be with him until he does or unless he does? I am 32 and a successful lawyer, so him not being financially secure right now is not really an issue for me. Anyone who knows me for a short time knows that I’m a doer, not a talker.
Men and women are both guilty of judging relationships too soon and potentially missing out on that partner they so desire.
They tend to find all the ways women are the same—the good with the bad, they say, and they often find the bad.
Take each relationship for what it is—a new, exciting adventure—and leave the past where it belongs.
I met a nice, smart man, but let’s just say he’s going through a transition right now.
He just recently switched careers and is starting from the bottom at his new career.