Something must be in the air, in the past few months many of my female clients have had a panic attack in front of me, because they are still single. They don't know how it has happened that forty is closing in and they have no one in sight to marry or have children with.
Society continues to make being single one of the worst things to be for women, while single men are thought of as cool and eligible at any age. The grass is always greener on the other side, there are pros and cons to being single and married. It all depends upon your perspective. Plus if marriage it suppose to be the ultimate threshold, would there be a 50% divorce rate in America? Just something for you to think about.
This is so beautifully written, Yolanda. I love your point of view! And I have a few friends who I'm going to share this with a few friends....
Yolanda, I love when you said: "Think of it as the love of your life is stuck in traffic and be will right by your side before you know it." I am going to remind myself of this quote whenever I questioned my love life.
I'm seeing friends find true love when they've stopped looking for it. If you put out vibes of being open but not intently seeking, it pays off.