By Laura Lifshitz There you are, ready for love in your late thirties, yet you’re either entering the dating world after a big breakup/divorce or you’re the last of your friends to be married off.It can be discouraging, and everyone tells you, “Oh, you’re still so young. ” But it seems like you’d have a better shot at winning the lottery than finding the right match. Giving up is for quitters and you aren’t a quitter.Here at Yours we know that it’s not always easy to find people you can connect with a little later in life.That’s why we developed Yours Dating; an online experience tailored specifically for people looking to connect with like-minded individuals.Love is out there for everyone at any age, whether you’re fifteen or eighty-five.But here are some harsh realities of dating in your late thirties that you need to know, if you don’t already.1.
Men want women in their twenties." data-reactid="25"3. At least, the cowards do, or the ones who falsely assume that women in their late thirties are no longer fertile. If a man is hell-bent on someone thirty and younger, screw him. If you think your swimmers are as sprightly at forty as they were at twenty-five, they’re not.Anyone who's no stranger to online dating or the hell on Earth that is dating apps, will know there are certain things someone can write on their profile that just instantly turn you off.Dude posing with a chained-up tiger cub and a grin on his smug, sunburned face? Someone posed next to four of their friends so you can't figure out which one they actually are? So, if you're a woman, apparently you should avoid the word "shy" like the plague. We'll never know, but clearly people think women should be loud and confident all the time rather than multi-layered, complicated individuals.So if you’re chatting to someone online and a little voice is telling you ‘this doesn’t feel right,’ then don’t ignore it.Politely disengage from the conversation and move on.