Although they’re not often talked about, there are countless reasons why young women choose to stay single early in life: they might just have no reason to seek-out a partner, they might be trying to make sure they’re happy on their own before they try to be happy with someone else, or they’re just good at realizing immediately when a relationship will never work-out in the long run—so why waste the time and effort?
What’s more, many young women are perfectly happy and successful on their own, and the simply don’t buy-in to modern stereotypes that say they should feel awkward for not having a serious or prospective partner.
More specifically, women who choose to remain single are happy because they have adequate time to think about themselves and their life—unlike many other people in life, based on articulated complaints—and to consciously follow a mental map which they have formulated in order to realize both short and long-term goals and milestones.
Perhaps more than anything, women who stay single tend to be exceptionally dedicated and passionate, and they’re usually capable of surviving, improvising, and problem-solving in any reasonable situation in life.
To put it another way, women who intentionally remain single do so not because it is easier than attempting to find a partner, but because their enjoyment of life is enough that they are focused on many other things that are far more important to them than landing a partner is; the idea of never getting married does not scare these women in any what whatsoever.
However, when women who often remain single finally do choose to enter a relationship, it’s usually with a strong partner who will both push them and lift them to accomplish even more success and achieve even more happiness.
In fact, there’s a very good chance it will be with someone who is perfectly successful and happy on their own, but who is open to additional and different happiness with a like-minded partner —with a similar mindset to any prototypical yet 100% unique voluntarily single woman.