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As a 30-something relational therapist who is currently single and dating, I regularly read about relationships in books, research articles and blog posts.

After selectively taking the advice I’ve come across, I came up with the following nine tips for surviving dating in your 30s.

Bonus: a happy, confident, fulfilled individual is an attractive one. The proverbial pool has shrunk, with more of your peers in long-term relationships or marriages, and with your social circle feeling smaller.

(You probably don’t attend a weekly pub night with your sorority sisters anymore.) With fewer fish to choose from — and likely a busier schedule that keeps you from leisurely bumping into Mrs. Right — now is a good time to give online dating a shot. Say goodbye to the rules, the formulas and the ticking clocks.

Here's how to take stock of your goals, make some strategic changes and get long-term satisfaction out of love and life.

In your 20s, you were probably dreaming up what would be the pinnacle of your career life, because, why not?

" –Valeria Marquez, Facebook "Be okay with being by yourself.

You'll enjoy it so much more when you add someone meaningful to your life and even when things don't work out, you'll still have that joy of being with yourself." – Danit Ehrlich, Facebook "Don't change who you are for ANYONE!

Have you ever engaged in an activity that left you feeling thoroughly alive?Women who want love and family tend to start wondering how they will fit it all in, while still killin' it in their careers.With a few mindset changes, it's possible to have it all (even if it's not all at once)—but this starts with tweaking your approach to dating and relationships."You have to decide how much time you can give to each of your priorities, and how much of you want to give to each priority," says Carpenter."As professional opportunities start to arise, you'll have to make decisions., I’m always a little shocked to realize that I’m the same age as Carrie and her friends.