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I'd say anytime is good for dating, however, the 20s should be for having fun, then the 30s should be for finding a mate and planning for the future, maybe a family, and hopefully by the 40s, one is established in his/her career, retirement plans, etc. By the time a woman is in her 30s, there is some urgency about the entire thing, particularly if she wants to have kids. I have been single in my 20's and 30's (different times) and by far, when I was single in my 30's was the better time.
Not only are there statistically fewer men, but the dynamic of human engagement, and style of personal connection, has changed dramatically since we were dating in our 20’s.
Also, a lifetime of love and loss has made many women distrustful and unwilling to get back into the dating game.
I'd say anytime is good for dating, however, the 20s should be for having fun, then the 30s should be for finding a mate and planning for the future, maybe a family, and hopefully by the 40s, one is established in his/her career, retirement plans, etc. I'm in my 30s and I definitely want something more meaningful.
As for the original question, I think dating in your 30s has its good and bad points.
But someone in their 30s can't be held to that same standard.
Here are a few ideas to help you get the hang of dating after 60.You also have to be more flexible about who you'll date.Assuming you're dating people in your age range, many of the people you meet may be divorced and/or have kids.Meanwhile, a guy typically has worked most of the stupidity out of his system, established himself in his career, and has become a more interesting person. You know yourself a lot better, a lot of your "issues" (should be) worked out by then and your confidence is better at this age.I think dating in your 30's is a lot of fun and it should be!
On the minus side, it's harder to meet quality singles.