I DO FEEL PRESSURE WHEN SEEING MY FRIENDS GETTING ENGAGED AND MARRY (I DON'T HAVE NO MAN, NO RING, AND NO KIDS) Help..!


Hi Sporah, I just need advice from your fans..! 

I just broke up with my so called boyfriend (Forth time & Final) and I am 27, Going on 28. Therefore, I don't have no man, no ring, and no kids.
And NOW, suddenly most of my friends are married and some even have children, all the long-term couples I know are getting engaged, and am not even dating anyone.
I do feel pressure when seeing my friends getting engaged and marry, It sucks and its really hard to be patient! 
I had a wonderful boyfriend and we were together for 6 years, i tend to bring up marriage often  but he never want to get married by the end of the year he just bought a new car and he kept insisting that he could NOT afford a rin'g..!

So for now, I just have to wait it out. But it doesn't make it any easier on me when I hear about all these these other men getting down on one knee while my guy isn't quite there anymore. It feels impossible to ignore! Any advice to get my mind off of it and relax?








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17 comments:

  1. Anonymous07:42

    Don't even get me started on this one. I'm 36 years old, all my juniors, and two people from my high school graduating class are already engaged and am still SINGLE. LOL!!!!

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  2. Anonymous07:48

    Be yourself, you dont need to compete with your friend's relationships
    Just pray.

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  3. Anonymous07:50

    Ha ha ha pole mama, njoo bongo, wanaume tunawatenda kama nini, wakuoa wengi ila wakukutunza vizuri ndio hakuna.

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  4. Anonymous08:02

    I'm kinda in the same situation, its really hard to be patient! But I try, tho i cry a lot smtym.

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  5. Anonymous08:10

    i'd rather wait until the time is right rather than jump on the bandwagon of proposals. your time will come, trust me.
    i became engaged and was engaged for 5 years. during that time my sister, brother and all my friends married and i felt like crap i mean shit. Now i'm just dating someone and i feel fine, taking life easy.

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  6. Anonymous08:13

    Acha ushamba sikuizi watu tunaoa, wanawake wanawaproposal wanaume na wanawaweka ndani, kazi yake ni kukufanya tu.
    tafuta hela uoe, angalia kina JLO.

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  7. Anonymous08:49

    most of my friends are married and some even have children! and I have to wait even more maybe when I'm married I'll be 28 yo virgin!!

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  8. Anonymous12:33

    Keep praying, the real Mr right may very well be around the corner.

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  9. Anonymous12:45

    Stop comparing yourself to others and live your own life. It's not a competition but a journey we all take together.

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  10. Anonymous12:53

    Girl Girl Girl, be yourself.
    If all of your friends were jumping off of bridges, would you do it to?
    Be an individual!

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  11. Anonymous14:41

    wanaume wachache dada, wengine hamkupangiwa kuolewa, yote ni mapenzi ya Mungu.

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  12. Anonymous14:54

    You're only 27 darling. You are in a far better place to meet someone you know you really want now, than you were say 10 years ago when you were still growing and maturing. You are less likely to just settle for anyone now.

    Understand that what you're feeling is normal, it's ok to feel that way, just don't let it consume you. Enjoy your life, enjoy doing the things you know you can do right now. Travel, meet people, enjoy the freedom you have...because you WILL be married one day, you may even have kids, and you won't be able to do these things as easily.

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  13. Anonymous17:39

    Da Sporah, mi napenda sana picha zako, napenda unavovaa, nakupenda na wewe pia sana, i hope nitakuja kukuona sikumoja.
    I love you so much.
    Elizabeth - Shinyanga.

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  14. Anonymous01:13

    SI NAWEWE UOE, SIKUIZI WANAWAKE WANAOA.

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  15. Anonymous01:22

    Hello,
    My name is Rupa, I'm 29, Indian, and in India. It is of utmost wonder to my colleagues, friends and anyone around me is married with kids. Most people I meet, i tell them that Im single, and not 'looking out' to get married - arranged or boyfriend, get shock. But you know what am happy.
    And most of all, that my parents are cool about it too. Not that Im a minority, but I dont exactly fall in the majority.

    But you know what? All the married people envy me.

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  16. Anonymous01:32

    Society and culture have conditioned people to believe that women can only be complete and happy if they are in a relationship. But what do you think about yourself? What dreams and personal projects have you not yet completed? What do you think about women who aren’t in a relationship? If your depression continues, please get help.

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  17. Anonymous02:28

    Kazi unayo shoga, pole wee!

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