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I don't know why women feel like they must compete to see who gets married/involved and knocked up first. It's not a contest, wait until you are in love with a responsible guy, and you're emotionally and financially capable of taking care of another human being.

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I don't know why women feel like they must compete to see who gets married/involved and knocked up first. It's not a contest, wait until you are in love with a responsible guy, and you're emotionally and financially capable of taking care of another human being.

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raise your hand if you thought you were in love before and were wrong. or if you knew exactly what kinda person you were having sex with. that's the thing. you don't know. you can't know because most people who tell you about love, don't know themselves. all you can know is yourself and what you're capable of.

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I'm sure there's more to it then that. When I got married and had my children, I slowly lost all my single friends. We just drifted apart because our worlds became so different. They hated that I couldn't just get up and go clubbing with them at all hours of the night and I'm sure they grew bored of hearing about my kiddies' milestones.

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This is nice in theory, but it doesn't really always work out that way. While you DO still have all the time in the world when you are in your twenties, once you are in your mid to late thirties the probability of a non-IV pregnancy droppes dramatically. So, if OP is in that age bracket and doesn't have a suitable partner at the moment, I can see how she is frustrated since she obviously really want's to have children.

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I think to really understand OP, you would have to know what it feels like to want a child and not be able to have one. Its soul crushing to see everyone around you having babies while having to be happy for them. I am guessing OP wants the man, relationship and financial independence that would facilitate her being able to have a child. But not having those either, just makes the pain that much worse as its just another reminder of how long its going to be. I speak from experience, my husband

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I don't know what kind of guys you've been dating, but you don't ever have to "make yourself look good" for someone else. If you want to put on make-up and do your hair and wear nice clothes for your own confidence and self esteem, great, but don't EVER feel pressured to make your self up to please someone else. Yes, looks matter at least a little bit, anyone who says they don't quite frankly is lying, but they are only a minor part of a person, and looks can change in an instant, nobo

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I don't make my girlfriend look good for me, she's come over to my house right after she woke up, didn't change, nothing. Guys don't make their girlfriends look good. If you're looking nice for someone, it's your own choice. No one else can MAKE you look good

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