I’m 30, It’s 2020, And I’ve Been Misled

Life doesn’t happen for you

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My dad was 30 when my mom had me.

So you already know I’m feeling all types of ways looking at my life, single as f***.

I thought by 30, I’d also have my life altogether. I’d be safe and secure enough to be married, to have a kid, to feel confident in my career path.




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