I came to think about what it really meant to have a soulmate. I’m not one that believes that there is just one single person out there, but many if we allow ourselves. There are people with that we will feel a connection, but to hold ourselves to just one person can cause a great deal of unnecessary heartbreak. It instills this thinking that there is this one perfect person out there for each of us. We have accepted the world’s idea of finding true love to mean that there is a match made in heaven.
There is so much pressure to be married today. I’m not sure where thinking came from that if you’re married that you would never be alone. Life doesn’t work that way. I’ve seen so many people get married, have children, and find themselves without their partner and their children away. The truth is, being single seems to still be taboo today.
Finding True Serendipity
Society has a funny way of making its demands known to people, that at times, it seems challenging to make decisions on our own. One demand, in particular, is that we need to be married. It isn’t often that I meet people who say that they wish to find a good job, buy a home, and stay single. It always seems to be the opposite. They want to find a good job and buy a home and get married. Why do we put so much pressure on ourselves to be in a relationship or to get married?
About four years ago, Rebecca had met someone, Jack. He seemed liked a nice person. Not one of those weird ones that you have to question them right down to their social security numbers. They had met through a mutual acquaintance. Over the next few years, she had limited contact with me because of their…
It seems that no matter how equal women have fought to be equal, when it comes to relationships, it may feel best that they had no degrees or career at all. Perhaps it’s not masculine for a guy to date a person who has more degrees than they do. More accomplishments and maybe it reach…