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Women Are Not Interested In Getting Married, and It Is Perfectly Alright



Yeah, I’m not interested in marriage or living with anyone. And you know what? That’s perfectly okay. In fact, it’s more than okay – it’s liberating.


Why should I feel pressured to conform to society’s expectations of what a relationship should look like? Why should I have to follow the traditional path of getting married and settling down with someone just because that’s what everyone else is doing?


I don’t need a piece of paper to validate my love for someone. I don’t need to live with someone to prove that we’re committed to each other. I don’t need to conform to outdated societal norms in order to be happy.


Marriage and cohabitation are not prerequisites for a successful relationship. In fact, they can often be detrimental to a relationship. Living with someone can put unnecessary strain on a relationship, leading to arguments and resentment. And marriage? Well, let’s just say that the divorce rate speaks for itself.



I value my independence and my freedom. I don’t want to be tied down by the expectations and obligations that come with marriage and cohabitation. I want to be able to come and go as I please, to make decisions for myself without having to consult someone else.


Why should I feel pressured to conform to society's expectations of what a relationship should look like? Why should I have to follow the traditional path of getting married and settling down with someone just because that's what everyone else is doing? These are questions that have been plaguing my mind for quite some time now.


Society's obsession with the idea of a perfect relationship has always baffled me. The pressure to conform to these expectations is overwhelming, to say the least.


From a young age, we are bombarded with images of what a perfect relationship should look like. We are told that we should find our soulmate, get married, have children, and live happily ever after. But what if that's not what I want? What if I don't believe in the institution of marriage? What if I don't want children? Does that make me any less of a person?


The truth is, society's expectations of relationships are outdated and narrow-minded. The idea that there is only one way to be happy in a relationship is absurd. There are countless ways to find fulfillment and happiness in a partnership, and they don't all involve following the traditional path.


Why should I have to conform to society's expectations just because that's what everyone else is doing? Why should I have to settle down with someone just because it's the norm? The pressure to conform to these expectations is suffocating. It's as if society is telling me that my worth as a person is tied to my relationship status.


But I refuse to be defined by society's narrow-minded views on relationships. I refuse to conform to their expectations just because it's the easy thing to do. I will not settle for a relationship that doesn't bring me joy and fulfillment just to fit in with the crowd.



To all those who think I should conform to society's expectations of what a relationship should look like, I say this: I will not be pressured into following a path that doesn't align with my values and beliefs. I will forge my own path, one that brings me happiness and fulfillment, regardless of what society thinks. And if that means going against the grain and being a little unconventional, then so be it.


So, if you’re wondering why I’m not interested in marriage or living with anyone, it’s simple – because I don’t have to be. I don’t have to conform to society’s expectations of what a relationship should look like. I can define my own relationship on my own terms. And that, my friends, is truly liberating.

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