Dating when your biological clock is ticking
The ultimate goal is to ensure your body is receiving all essential vitamins and nutrients, particularly the important ones which boost fertility. I’m sure you are aware that players don’t make good long-term boyfriends, let alone husbands or fathers.
Step 3: Stop dating unavailable men who don’t make good husbands or fathers Unavailable doesn’t always mean married or taken. So let me keep it simple for you, stop dating them!
It's not a big deal to me that I'm currently single without children. I've been single most of my adult life, I'm used to it and to be honest, I really quite like it.
I've lived alone for the past 8 or so years and I've enjoyed every minute of it.
Additional advice to help you: Keep your body fertile by taking a high quality pharmaceutical grade multivitamin, purified fish oil, folic acid, selenium and zinc.I do often wonder how I'll cope with cohabitating with someone when Mr Right eventually comes along. In my house it's not just a case of keeping the toilet seat down, it's the lid too.Sometimes when even my female friends come to visit they will leave the lid up and I will have a little conniption, but maybe I can adapt. I have a number of female friends in a similar situation, long term single independent women who are getting close to tipping over into late 30's.Many women carry a fear that their biological clock is ticking, yet they continue to date unavailable men who will never marry them or be a good father to their children.Ladies, you know it is time to break this dating pattern and make better choices, so just do it! Right, make sure he is taking good care of himself.
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