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Expiration Birth Age December 18, 2006

Posted by jyu in Uncategorized.
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It’s true that it’s harder for woman to give birth to a baby once they hit the expiration age at about 35.  That’s why men don’t look for woman who are 35 or older for marriage if they want to have babies.  That’s why there are so many weddings coming up.  That’s also why there are so many babies popping up.  It’s either getting married or having babies all around me.

The pressure is overwhelmed.  It’s so stressful and depressing when there is nothing you can do about it.

I am sure there are women out there who settle for someone just because they are approaching their expiration age.  To what point do you let go of all criteria and settle for a baby?  A marriage just for baby, does the marriage or the baby still mean anything?  What if a baby without a marriage?  Sometimes it’s harder to find a guy you want to spend the rest of your life with, but it’s easier to have a baby without a marriage.   It’s not the optimal condition, but a broken marriage can ruin a baby’s life as well.  Is it better to have a baby without a marriage or to settle for a marriage to have a baby?

What are the options do a single woman (a loser without a man and can’t seem to find one) approaching expiration age have?  If the marriage doesn’t come along, can she still move on with a baby without a marriage?

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