Real dating secrets
They don't realize that relationships aren't about perfection. They say they love their job because it's about fixing a problem and there is always a solution.
They don't realize that this isn't how it works in real life.
There is saying amongst women trying to date in Silicon Valley: The odds are good, but the goods are odd.
There are tons of guys, but they tend to be socially awkward, career-obsessed, and prone to a Peter Pan mentality. This lawyer, in her early thirties and living in the heart of Silicon Valley, has tried everything: online dating, going to clubs, and even Linx Dating, a high-end Valley matchmaking service.
It's what they wear to work, so they think it translates to date attire — just wearing their scrubby clothes. I've been on dates with guys you would say are the "whole package," and while they're with you they literally look at other women as they walk away.
It's flattering, sure, but at the same time, it just doesn't work.
A lot of guys have the mentality that they'll wait and they'll find the perfect woman.
There is an immaturity level that prevails — like they are trying to promote the idea that they are still in college. At work, their food is provided for them and they can, essentially, act like they are still in college.
A lot of guys, even in their twenties and early thirties, have roommates even though they are making well over 0,000 a year. They are into their career, and most are quite immature.