There are women who want to dedicate their life career or spiritual growth or something else!
Every time I write something for males, in comments followed criticism on our account. So, to be clear right from the start – we do not think that single people are miserable even depressed just because you are alone, but from experience (own and others) all know that sometimes it’s not pleasant to be alone, but has beautiful and less beautiful moments. Just like when you’re in a relationship.
Given the fact that the portal Imam box ‘males’, it’s okay to sometimes write something for them, right?
We live in the 21st century, a woman is emancipated, has a career, a growing number of them are choosing the single life. And it is quite ok. There are women who want to dedicate their life career or spiritual growth or something else. I have absolutely right to do so, without anyone condemning them. Of course, many still live in the belief with outdated ideas that every woman should marry and have children, but it’s about individuals which, fortunately, less and less.
An increasing number of young people, both in Croatia and in the world live in wedlock or themselves because they believe that marriage is an outdated institution. In particular, this trend became popular with the advent of Generation Y, the so-called. milenijaca.
It is easy to be single when you’re young, but that when they get more mature years, many wonder. Portal Prevention.com spoke with several women in the 40s who are still single. Here’s what they discovered …
“When I was young, in the 20s, I always kind of thought I’d be depressed and lonely if you are not married to the forties. It told me and many people around me, especially when I already found itself in the 30th. Frankly, being single at forty is brilliant. I built a phenomenal career, meet different people and build your financial portfolio. I’m glad I got married when I was young because they would then probably divorced sometime in the 30’s. I never met the right person. Instead all I put my energy into a career that I lined the other parts of life. I do not regret about it. “Ruth, 43
“All my friends were already married in their 20s and up to 35 are already mostly all had children. I do not think it’s wrong, nor blame them for that. However, sometimes it’s hard when I’m with them because they mostly talk about their family life, and I have nothing to say. “Paulette, 46
“If you have not found your perfect half to 40, whether he ever find it? I do not think so. I am totally given up and I was no longer a priority. It was important to me ten years ago, but now I just grew. I feel that I will never find someone who will be good enough with him spend the rest of his life. So I decided to spend my life with their animals and families. “Teresa, 43
“No one will not tell you, or going out to the compounds in the 40s are much simpler and easier. Simply put, now you know what you want and do not accept any nonsense. If I do not like a man on a first date, the more you never want to see. If after six months to do with some starting to appear red flags, I just break up the relationship. With age comes wisdom, and that wisdom does not allow you to spend your valuable time on the wrong people. “Nancy, 40
“Going now to compounds I as complicated as in the 30s, the time that is now a little more difficult because there is the factor of the Internet. The rest is still the same. Men are still immature and most of them are looking for someone younger. Being single is hard because you do not have many options, all are good but busy. Free in the coming years with a baggage or are divorced or have a divorce pending. At this age, most everyone has a story, and sometimes you this story not at all interested. “Brenda, 43
“The thing that strikes me most associated with it that I’m single at this age is that it probably will never be able to have children. This is one of the main reasons why I am sorry that I did not marry or at least thinking ahead. I wish I’d given her eggs frozen when I was in the 30’s for the case to find someone in the 40’s. Now it would be easier and I would not complain so much. “Casandra, 40