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We've been together for a year and a half, we're living in a ridiculously tiny living situation in an excellent neighborhood.We are very committed to each other and I feel incredibly lucky to have met him.I wouldn't be worried about finding someone if that's what you're looking for and you stay focused on that.I would say your description of dating in NYC for women is pretty spot on. ) but they're generally intelligent and sociable.I already work hard, but most of the time dating feels like a second job here and it's exhausting.The few women I've known who dated in NYC with the husband and kids agenda have all been disappointed with the city and have had to leave to find what they wanted.
I can't believe this is something that is influencing my desire to pursue this opportunity, but I'm concerned that in New York it would be hard for me to meet someone who's looking for a serious relationship.
I'm 31 & have been living here for 10 years; 6 of which I was single for.
I met my current SO off of Tinder a month and a half before I turned 30.
I've been at it for longer than I care to think about and it feels like it takes forever to find a guy who has his act together and is into you. The guys by contrast seem to fit into a few camps (finance bro, startup wannabe mogul, and aimless aspirational) and none of them bother putting in any effort because they know they don't have to.
And even then there's a chance that he'll just ghost you after 3 months (ask me how I know). They take care of themselves physically and aesthetically. There's blank dating profiles galore, outdated photos, and lazy uninteresting replies to messages.