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Dating in Your Thirties is Even Better (If You're a Guy)

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dating in your thirtiesAfter 30, is it time to hang up your dating spurs? Not quite (well, unless you're married). In fact, if you're a guy, your thirties are the best time to date you'll get.

Dating in your thirties: if you learn cold approach and seduction, it’s absolutely the best time you’ll have in your dating life.

That’s considering you’re still single and not married with kids yet.

If you are, I’m sorry. ;)

Many of my clients in their late thirties are already divorced. They’ve spent a good chunk of their life in a monogamous relationship, and now they’re single again, lacking that skill that most young men develop: game.

Every time I go to a men’s forum, a pickup or seduction group, or Reddit, some dude is asking if it’s “too late” for him.

“I’m 27, is it too late to learn game?”

“I’m 25, is it over?”

“I’m 32, am I done?”

Let me share an anecdote about age.

All through my teens and twenties, I was horribly shy around women. I wanted to have a hot girlfriend, but if I managed to weasel my way sideways into a conversation with one, I’d have a panic attack.

I don’t mean a little bit of shyness or nerves. I’d have a full-blown, huff and puff, blow my house down, panic attack. It was absurd, embarrassing, and I hated it.

Anyone who suffers from social anxiety knows it’s not a logical process. Being told to “just be confident” or “just be yourself” doesn’t work, not when the mere thought of talking to a girl sends your heart racing. Yeah, I’ll just be myself, a quaking mess that can’t form vowels and consonants.

Tony DeppAbout the Author: Tony Depp

Tony is one of the most veteran day game experts around. He began to pick up women in the mid-2000s, when he posted on the famed seduction forum mASF... alongside other old hands like Chase Amante and Alek Rolstad. Over the last 10 years Tony has coached hundreds of students to meet women during the day. He has two published books out on seduction: one on his journey, and one on doing awesome at day game.



truthvoltaire's picture

While I think men in their 30s have a niche, I think men in the 18-21 age range if they have their ducks in a row have it better than all. For one, even if women are attracted to you, the social pressures of their circles and society will block you. For another, if you are in your 30s, it is considered "weird" to be chasing tail compared to some guy who is 22 or 19. In your 30s, you are "supposed" to be settled down with a family.

I think where men in their 30s lose is on access and opportunities. Men in their 30s do not have access to the social circles that produce hot and fun women and cannot do activities like bartending at a nightclub to meet that 21 year old girl in her prime. Just my observation as an American.

Floyd Mayweather's picture

Nah lemme tell you right now. I don't know hold old you are but I know what I went through. Dating In 18-21 is much much harder. You're probably only going to get younger girls who cant be seen with you or you're going to push away the girls you're age and older women because they want older men

Tony Depp's picture

I did all of these things in my thirties. Your view limits your reality perhaps?

I had a social circle of younger people. I dated many women in their twenties, and though their circles occasionally teased me, they accepted me. And a lot of bartenders are in their thirties.

The real question is would you want to hang out with twenty year olds and work in night clubs?

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