Though I thought I had a pretty good idea of who I was and what I wanted by my mid 20's, it wasn't until I turned 30 that I felt I really began to know who I am and what I want out of life. There are certain things that have remained constants but, outside of those staple things, my horizons have certainly broadened, new interests have emerged and quite a bit has changed in terms of how I want to experience the rest of my life. I know that may be a bit vague but, I'm definitely not the type who likes to talk about myself.
When it comes to relationships, I've been in a couple "long term" ones, have had some interesting dating scenarios, have made plenty of mistakes and learned some of the most difficult lessons of my life. I've had a decent amount of experience dating girls who aren't yet grown up enough to know who they are, let alone what they want but, it has been a great lesson in terms of teaching me about what I don't want. I'm certainly not saying I want someone who has everything in their life mapped out--far from it actually. I guess I'm just done with immaturity and insecurity...I want to be with a woman who is kind, sweet, funny, driven and may have a bit of an edge to her personality; she should be confident, dependable, open to all sorts of new experiences and challenge my way of thinking-I love that and think it's incredibly important in dating and relationships.
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