I’m 30, Single, And Happy. And Truthfully, That Scares Me.
Megan Bruneau, M.A. RCC

I too have known many women who in their early 30's were seemingly ‘at peace’ with their singleness, and truly they were .. and yes everyone told them they looked much younger (surely by now, you’ve figured out why, no?) .. anyways, it’s that great time in life where one often feels ‘most aware’ of themselves while still retaining that sense of ‘plenty of options still remain’. You sound more self-aware than most but still, beware. For too many, another day arrives (often about a decade later) and a new awareness dawns. Only then does the realization set in of how short-sighted that 30-something self was. I suspect you may have a better chance than most to avoid this fate. In the meantime, good luck and happy hunting for your next ‘high-demand Alpha’ (tip: just remember that as you proceed along the timeline, you’ll be competing with an ever-increasing group of ever-younger femmes).

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