30 Jul 2012

Scrap that single woman stereotype

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A single woman approaching the age of 30 has much to fear in her life – or so we think. There are plenty of stereotypes that surround the unmarried woman, which can range from inadequacies as a wife, to being a workaholic. Even the pressure from family members can change the dynamic relationship between parents and daughter. The truth is that the stereotype iss unfounded and old-fashioned.

Some good points. Chech the whole article here:
Scrap that single woman stereotype | Ellie Mae O’Hagan

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