The things that attract men are things that women develop much earlier, i.e., mid-late teens and peaking in the early twenties.It certainly isn't close to impossible to get girls in high school or college or in your twenties. I was married from age 24-36, so out of the dating scene.
To put that another way, it is harder to attract women when you're younger. This graph sort of explains it.https://rationalmale.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/smv_curve1The things / qualities that attract women are things that men tend to develop more as they get older.Suddenly, you’re scattered around the country and community won’t involve walking out onto the quad. Want to start a business specializing in a heritage breed of rabbits for hipsters who are tired of suburban chickens already? And if anyone tries to make you feel ashamed to be living at home with your parents, don’t listen to them.If you moved to the desert and then told me the kayaking there is terrible, I would agree. You don’t need a physical storefront or even a physical product to start a business.I might be considered too young, as I am only 39, despite the gray hair I’ve acquired that prompted a TSA agent to recently proclaim, “You sure that’s you? As you bingewatch an entire season of House of Cards on Netflix, you will wonder, Is every other person my age at an amazing party right now that I didn’t know about? The truth is, when you leave college, you leave the tightest, largest concentration of people who are your age. (I thought I had kidney stones; turns out it was just an ultimate Frisbee injury. You might have been able to tune out in a class of 400 people for an hour but if you try that in a meeting at work, people are going to notice. You need to stay out of stupid passive-aggressive traps, like CCing someone’s superior, as a veiled threat. Want to go abroad for a year and make a micro-salary teaching English? The amount of cash that will make you perfectly happy is always a “little more.” It’s a never-ending chase that has hollowed out many a 40-year-old. Just because you’re sleeping in the same room you had in middle school doesn’t mean you have to act like an adolescent. Don’t listen to people in their 40s who act like the best part of your life ends the minute you get your diploma. They will move to New York or San Francisco and make finding a great job seem easy. We don’t want to look dumb when we ask, “What is Yik Yak? (In fact, if you want to give me feedback about this article, just tweet me @Jon Acuff instead.