The 10 Types of Relationships Every Woman Has Before She Turns 30

Types of Relationships Woman Has

Does this sound relatable? A single girl working hard towards her dream job, networking, giving time to close ones, and just wondering how many types of relationships she has to experience before she feels like- “this is the one”!

Amidst the mad rush to keep up with the multiple goals that you’ve set for yourself, you are likely to come across many types of men- amazing, unique, or just lame. With a few of them, you might bond well and create some memorable moments.

Have you already found a man who makes you feel like your search for that special person is over?

If yes, then it’s really amazing! Now if you look back in retrospect, you’ll probably be able to relate to these 10 types of relationships that most women have before turning 30. Many of them you can probably laugh about now. Although a few memories might sting a little, even today.

On the other hand, if you’re still searching for a special connection- just remember that the best type of relationship comes by when you least expect it.

So, just enjoy every moment as it comes, and brace yourself for these 10 types of relationships– glorious, bitter-sweet romantic adventures!

1. The first love

Let’s talk about the best one first. First romances are unforgettable. No matter how many relationships you have in your life, this one will always hold a special place in your heart. First loves are so innocent and all-consuming! The passion, emotions, and happiness- everything is in excess!

However, most likely this guy has matured into a completely different person from the one you fell in love with and probably wouldn’t fit into your current lifestyle.

Read The Impact of First Love on Your Life and Future Relationships

2. The type of relationship that was never meant to work out

You genuinely liked this guy, but deep down you felt something wasn’t quite right about his personality. 

Your gut told you this relationship wasn’t going to work out, but you decided to ignore it for a while. You also avoided the warnings of your parents and friends.

Eventually, you realized that you didn’t see a future with this person. So, how long did it take for you to come up with a concrete reason to break up and move on?

3. The relationship that couldn’t survive the long-distance phase

The relationship was going pretty well. But then, you both graduated college and moved to different parts of the country with new jobs, and big dreams.

Communicating with him across time zones was becoming very hectic. Moreover, you felt like you needed to experience the adventures life has in store for you before settling down with someone. As a result, both of you decided to go separate ways.

I’m sure you both still catch up from time to time. It makes you fondly remember the great connection you both shared. It probably makes you wonder if you took the right step. Maybe, you wish that you had tried a little harder. Then perhaps the relationship would have worked out fine.

Read 4 Skills To Keep Long-Distance Relationships Thriving

4. The relationship that was as long as the season (or vacation)

No talking about commitment. No future plans. Just a short, fun romance.

Yes, I’m talking about that summer-love you enjoyed during your university days. Or the fling during a backpacking trip. You both knew this type of relationship wasn’t meant to last. It was just about enjoying the moment. It might have been very short. Nevertheless, it was super exciting!

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