Dating career women dating tips for women over 30
I've banged a couple of women like this - in my experience a lot of these women and too busy with work to want have relationships, they like to meet guys purely for sex.
They’re easy to bang…they tend not to be slutty though…they’d rather bang the same guy again and again rather that ride multiple cocks.
I know a few pretty attorneys who have done a reasonable job of surviving the wall in their mid-late 30s.
One is in a relationship with a good guy (not sure what he does), one got married a few years ago and has a kid (husband is very wealthy, not a bad guy either).
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Just something to think about if you actually want to "settle down" one day (and if you work a ton, any sort of setting down probably sounds great). The masculine energy that you use at work is not great for your dating life. Masculine energy is decisive, logical, direct, competitive, strong, plans and is result-oriented.
It’s a bit like banging a single mother – their kids come first and they want to bang when they’re not babysitting.
With career women their job comes first and they want to bang on the rare occasion they get home early from their jobs. There’s a guy at my company who’s really high up and makes M a year.
I work in a culture where 11-15 hour days and weekends are the norm, where a "9 to 5" sounds like a dream. In law school, I thought that I would work really hard now so that I would work less and less over time. You work a lot and it's actually really hard stuff and can be stressful during your twenties when you're still trying to figure things out. It's not only the hours, but the stress that you're under during those hours.
If this is your reality too, you may be the "Classic Corporate Worrier," to borrow a phrase from Nigel Marsh's TED talk in which he says he was eating too much, drinking too much and working too hard. After the initial shock and a lot of reading, here is what I learned and wished that I knew before going down a path of being completely career-focused so early on in my career. This works out OK for some people and not for others. In careers like law, private equity and other corporate professions that are prestigious and demanding, work-life balance does not exist.