If you’re in your 30s or nearing the big 3-0, chances are that you probably feel some sort of pressure to settle down and get married, whether from yourself, your family, or society. If you’ve officially hit panic mode, you’re not alone. But before you start freaking out about “trying to get your sh*t together,” know that you’re fine and that fear is an awful motivation to go hunting for a potential spouse. I spoke with sexologist Dr. Nikki Goldstein, author of Single But Dating: A Field Guide to Dating in the Digital Age, about the subject of being single and 30, and she told me some invaluable advice she once received. Fair warning: you’ll either find it really reassuring or completely disagree. When Nikki was in her 20s, one of her mother’s good friends who had an older daughter told Nikki to hold off on marriage until after the…
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