So if you’re in one of the above minorities and you’re faced with a frustrating situation, you have a choice: Keep doing what you’re doing, or change. I just have to point out the obvious: If you’re only open to dating 5% of the population – you’re going to have a harder time finding love. The vegan could tolerate a man who eats chicken and eggs.
The shorter man could be open to heavier women, the older woman to older men.
I’m interested in dating women in their 30’s through early 40’s.
I like children, but I am sure that I don’t want to be a parent.
It seems likely that women who list exactly how many children they want on are pretty set on their preferences too.
I don’t want to date someone, grow attached to her and then feel hurt when the parenthood issue sends us off on our separate ways.
About a month or so into dating, he brought up something he said was important.
He was 99.95% certain he would never want kids, and that he knew this was a deal-breaker for most women so he wanted to be upfront about it.
Just know that the only options you have are to date women in their 30’s who state that they don’t want kids, to date women who are in their 40’s who may be cool with the idea of not having kids, or wait for women in their 50’s whose kids are already grown.
I’m wondering if there are other types of women worth taking a risk on.
Maybe women who may have listed a less than accurate preference about having children to not scare people away?
Evan I just thought I would weigh in from the woman’s perspective.
About a year ago I dated a guy who was dear-god near perfection.
I know you don’t have a magic wand, so I just have to play the hand I’ve been dealt.