Video: Manage Singleness After 30
Have you turned 30 and are you still single? Does this "status" weigh on you? Do you feel pressured by your environment? If the answer to these three questions is YES, rest easy because it is more normal than you think. Nowadays, it seems that little by little we have “normalized” this type of situation, and we use the word “normalize” because unfortunately being single after the age of 30 has long ago become a kind of “social stigma” for women. woman, who instead of benefiting her (because yes, it has its benefits), has harmed her, especially psychologically. Fortunately, we are evolving socially and also culturally and little by little we have understood that each one manages her life as a couple or without it as she wants, without having to explain to anyone. Just in case you're at a point where singleness is weighing you down,We are going to give you some tips so you know how to manage this moment:
1- You own yourself: Your life is yours and nobody else's. Why do you care what people say about your singleness? Be proud of your independence, your time and your ambitions. It is very good that your lifelong friends have married and you are obviously happy about it, but in addition to continuing to count on their friendship, try to meet more people who are in your same situation. The plans with couples are very good but if you do not have it, enjoy yourself.
2- Society has changed: Let's not fool ourselves. Times have changed and at the moment it is quite normal to be single at 30. The rhythm of life, work, travel and personal ambitions have served as a reason not to seek ties, or even to delay a wedding, or a more serious commitment to your partner. Keep this in mind so that you don't feel "out of place", you don't have to.
3- The advantage of maturity: Think cold. Single at 30 … Do you know what stage you have ahead? Total independence that will allow you to travel, achieve those job objectives incompatible with a life as a couple … 24 hours a day for you at the best time in life, when you are much more mature and learn to appreciate the details and good times, of course. we did at 20.
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4- Take the pressure off: We understand that you can feel pressured by your environment and sometimes by yourself. I'll get married? Will I be a mother someday? These are questions that it is normal for you to ask yourself, but you must be clear that you decide on your future, only you have the decision on your actions. At all times you will choose. So rest easy, because if you want to be a mother, you will choose to be a mother and if you want to get married, when the time comes you will choose the right man for it, but everything in its time. Do not rush for fear of what they will say.
5- Social networks: If you do not have a partner, it is obvious that you will have much more time for your family and friends. Your schedule will be envied by many of your married friends. Enjoy that. Of the events, of the possibility of meeting different people and with infinite concerns. You are lucky for it! So squeeze every moment because everything has its positive side.