Trends sure to impress what's-his-face!
"I got rid of the myth."
Today I'm 36 and still married to the man who asked to spend the rest of his life with me while I was finishing my last year of college. As the full-blown grown up I am today, I don't deny that we got lucky. The statistics were stacked against us. But that doesn't make our decision wrong or misguided.
7. You accept all of your partner's flaws unconditionally. 15. When the only person you want to notice you is the one that
The divorce rate for young couples is higher. Divorce is no longer a staple in a midlife crisis, but rather, something that Seventeen magazine should probably be printing on.
If your love is truly eternal, what's the rush? If it's real, that person will continue to be committed to you two months from now, two years from now, and two decades from now. Grow, learn, travel, party, cuddle, read, explore. Do. Freaking. Something... other than "settle down" at 23 with a white picket fence.
A woman I'm friendly with showed me her personal ad. I was surprised to read what she was looking for-- someone who wanted marriage and kids and who was financially secure enough to support her in an upscale lifestyle. Everything was about money, marriage and kids.
If you are anchored to yourself, your priorities and the people you love, no matter where life takes you, you are home, and that is an idea I feel very settling.
Call it the attack of the 50-foot single woman. Recent months have seen an army of unmarried women taking over magazine racks