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By Tyler Curry June 10 2013 4.46 AM EDT After the first few rounds of failed relationships, it can take some positive affirmations and a few Sex and the City reruns not to become disillusioned with the prospect of finding love. The good news. As we get older, the image of the man we see standing beside us at the altar starts to take shape. We curb dating wildly inappropriate people and become more discerning when choosing our Friday night dinner guests. The bad news. With every potential love comes a series of risks. As the years start to tick by, every bet we make on love seems to be a little more weighted.