Dating when men have job problems dating south east england
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that dating sucks. Muslims, for example, often get to know potential suitors with the aim of getting married as soon as possible, predominantly to avoid premarital sex.
No matter what your preferences, the dating pool might not scream talent.
Because it’s a Muslim dating app, you feel like you are stepping on eggshells when it comes to flirting.
With housing prices so high and enormous competition for high salaried positions, it feels like if you haven’t met a set of arbitrary, sometimes unreachable goals, you’re not worthy of the long term investment needed for a marriage.
The persistent idea that you are measured against your salary and how much you’ve achieved by a certain time in your life can leave you feeling inadequate.
Culturally having grown up and invested Muslim values/belief systems into my own personal ethos make it difficult to date (whether it be Muslims or non-Muslims) in a country with an overall culture that doesn’t really value those belief systems. Most important to me is ensuring that the person has an overall set of values that are compatible with mine (in a more holistic sense), and that can be Christian, Jewish or atheist.
At a certain age (over 30) it becomes easier for men to find partners than it is for women.