Accepting Being Single and Childless
Despite having a tough time accepting being single and childless, Annette has finally found peace with her situation. She doesn’t have any regrets and is happy and healthy. Read on to learn how she did it. You’ll see why she chose this path. You can too. Read on to learn more about the benefits of being single and childless. And maybe she’ll share her secret to living a happy and healthy life.
Annette is single and childless
Annette accepts being single and childless. When she was in her senior year of college, her parents divorced. Instead of following their marriage’s path, Annette built her own. She moved to Austin, Texas, and pursued a successful career in the tech sector. Though she knew that marriage and children were not top priorities, she had no desire to live a childless life. She also wanted to live her own life and explore new places.
Patricia Wade, originally from Canada, recently moved to South Korea. She quit her job after twelve years teaching English in Toronto. While it was tough, she has never regretted her decision. She is Guyanese, an ethnicity that looks upon marriage as a sign of success and stability. People at home asked her why she wasn’t married. She brushed off the thought of adopting. And she chose to travel locally, where she can be near her family.
She has no regrets
Patricia Wade left Canada to teach English in South Korea. She had worked for twelve years at the same job in Toronto. The experience was challenging, but she has no regrets about living a single life. The single life in South Korea was an unusual choice for a woman of her ethnicity, as marriage and children are viewed as symbols of success and stability in her native Guyanese culture. …Accepting Being Single and Childless Read More