posted on Jan, 8 2015 @ 04:47 AM
there is no real answer to be honest, it kinda depends on where you are in life or what you plan on doing before getting into a serious
I'm almost 31, and have been in a pretty brilliant relationship for the past 2 years, she really seems to be above anyone else i have dated so
But maybe i say that just because i have gotten pretty much everything out of my system, i did what i wanted to do, and don't feel like i'm missing
So maybe that's the advise i can give you: get as much out of your system as possible, do all the things you know you cannot do when you have, to
whatever degree, responsibilities towards another person.
My personal opinion is that most relationships have a hard time because people rush into them at a young age, and if you don't have a chance to live
enough, you eventually feel the relationship is like an anchor, and in time you resent the other person because you didn't get to do things that you
wanted or wished about.
it took me a while to check out most of my list, but now that i have, i am in a mindset where i can take care of another person.
So take your time, do what you really want, in time you will feel you have done enough, and then you will probably be able to be in a relationship
and feel comfortable about it. no reason to rush