There will still be old scars, and a bad experience can prove to be a tremendous setback, removing the Band-Aid once again.
There’s also less focus on the physical now that you’ve grown into yourself and understand that there is a man out there who will love your upturned nose and your voluptuous thighs.
In your 20s, you had less life experience, so maybe you relied on your youthful good looks to help you find a man.
While certainly, we all seek those fireworks with a member of the opposite sex, sizzle isn’t everything in a relationship.
Now that you’ve experienced a bit of life, you know that having a partner you can rely on for the long haul, who will be honest and open with you, is as important — if not moreso — than that chemistry.
You might find dating more fun than when you were in your 20s, simply because the pressure to find a husband is off.