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You know, although we’ve “progressed” as a society, there’s always one thing we (the collective so no need to say “not me”) seem to question: when a woman isn’t married or in a very serious relationship by a certain age. When you’re in the spotlight, people tend to focus on you a little more because…well, you’re relatively famous. Sometimes, like many other women in the world, work and life take precedence over making sure you have a man (or woman, if that’s your preference) to come home to at night.
The ladies on this list are all 35 and over and as best as we can tell, still single. But don’t cry for them Argentina because they are fabulous and you definitely don’t have to have a man to stay fly! Check it out!
I remember the first time I was called a “Daddy’s Girl.” The person who gave me that title told me that any girl referred to as “Princess” – a name my dad always calls me – has to be spoiled, which he equated with being a daddy’s girl.
However, my definition of a daddy’s girl is a woman whose sense of self has been greatly influenced by her relationship with her father, which is not necessarily a bad thing if she is the apple of his eye. Being adored and cherished by her father usually sets the stage for how a woman wants to be treated in her relationships. While some women can be a bit spoiled or self-absorbed, being a daddy’s girl could simply mean that she demands the attention, affection or respect from men that she deserves, and she won’t settle for less. If you’re not sure if you’re dating a daddy’s girl, pay attention to see if she displays any of these characteristics…and then see if you stand a chance. Good luck with that!
As children the first love messages we receive outside of the home often come from movies. For many of us those happened to be Disney movies. As children, with little experience, we couldn’t help but think that stories we saw through the eyes of our favorite 2-D characters represented universal truths when it came to love.
But a writer over at Your Tango.com argues that the “happily ever after” endings we clung to as children have tainted our relationships as adults.
Read the story over at Your Tango and see if you agree.