Having a master's degree doesn't guarantee a person is smart, if being smart is part of your criteria. It very clearly lays out what feminine and masculine energies are and how they work in our day-to-day lives.
Similarly, finding someone who cares about his or her health doesn't necessitate gym membership. It will open your mind to understanding your partner or others in your life/work/dating. Why do working, professional women exude masculine energies and therefore also lose their femininity outside of work? What are the differences between love, romance, and sexual polarity?
Last night, as a 33-year-old single woman living in the ginormous city of Jakarta, I found myself talking about dating and relationships with my girlfriends probably for the 10th time this week. Since moving here from San Francisco three years ago, I've been as single as I was back in San Francisco circa 2013 or bumble-eff-nowhere Waterloo circa 2010.
If not via actual face-to-face dinners/lunches/brunches, these conversations are held through messaging, emails, what have you. And I've learned a thing or two about things that are not really helpful for you to do if you're single like me. But it's exhausting to hear this when you're out and just trying to have a good time.
If you want a case study in humanity, 30-year-old single guys have pretty much all the bases covered.
Let’s examine some of the common types: The Total Package is smart—he went to a top college.
The Total Package is an athlete, a musician, and an avid traveler.