Glynnis MacNicol is here to tell you that life as a year-old single, childless woman — the thing we're taught to fear and avoid at all costs! Author Glynnis MacNicol. MacNicol approached her 40th birthday "with so much dread and shame" because she didn't have what she was "supposed" to have - a husband and a kid or two. And that year was difficult in some ways:
Why You’re Still Single - in Words
The dilemma Like me, most of my friends are in their 30s, some turning Those with partners and children have disappeared, other than posting their idyllic family life. I get harassed by some friends, almost bullying me into going on dating apps because it worked for them. But I hated it — men were rude, unkind and I felt physically threatened. I found myself despising all men. The idea that single people in their 30s are all having fun is a lie. We are the have-nots and we are sad.
Why You’re Still Single – in 2336 Words
These women are educated, have a great job, great homes, gorgeous, and would make the perfect wife. When I talk with these women, many think the problem may rest with the guys. But if I take a bit longer and talk more in-depth with these women, then I begin to see that it may not be the men at all. It may, in fact, be the way these women are feeling toward themselves or what they are projecting outward that is limiting their ability to find a suitable partner for marriage.
Please refresh the page and retry. You are impossibly picky. You have to learn to compromise. The problem, my friends, is yours. N or can married men.