>Breaking up and being single again in your 30’s. How’s that sound to you scary, exciting, or depressing? What if that’s just the way it is for now, can you build a life for yourself that makes you happy? This article gives you a interesting view of being single in your thirties.
Breaking up in your 30s is very different to being free at 23. Lollie Barr explores how more and more “nearly-weds” are coping with a world that pins everything on pairing up.
At the age of 32, Marisa Knowles, a medical sales representative, felt her life was progressing just as she’d always planned. For three years, she had enjoyed a happy, loving relationship with her partner, 35-year-old Matthew Henry, even if he had seemed a little distant lately. Once they had saved enough for a deposit, they’d buy a house, get married and settle into the cozy domesticity she envied in so many of their friends. Read More>>>