Dating advice for men in their 20s
We all have faults so choose someone who’s faults you can live with.” – Sue“I wish I would have known that it was okay to break up with someone sooner than I did.
I always tried to make things work, I always tried to self-sacrifice in relationships because I thought it made me stronger and because I thought in the end it would all work out.
Love yourself before you can truly love someone else.
If a man does not respect you when you are dating he will never respect you as a wife. I wish someone would have told and engraved these in my 20s brain.” – Lisa“I wish I would have taken the time to enjoy the present.
It’s okay to make mistakes, to choose the wrong person, to date people who might not end your your partner for life but still let you learn from them.
When I finally figured out what I liked and didn’t like about a man I was ready to find that person and settle down.” – Meg “I wish that I would have felt more open in talking with my mom and my friends about what was going on in the early stages of my first serious relationship.
Dating is one of those things I don’t know if any of us ever have it completely figured out but we can certainly learn from our past experiences and gain insight and knowledge on what to do differently in the future.
I love talking to my mom about my love life because her wisdom is invaluable to me. I decided to ask her and several other beautiful older women in my life and across the internet on the one thing they wish they would have known about dating when they were in their 20s.
We had a 30 year marriage and I did love him but sometimes I wonder what would have happened if I would have met someone else.
I think when you’re that young you should be more free.” – Meredith“Don’t worry too much about what people think. I was in an interracial relationship when I was 21 and we kept it secret for a long time but soon our families found out and we were shamed into breaking up.