[–] Shieldmaden [S] 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Admittedly this is far from hard-core trad but it is the kind of soft-red pill that might reach through to some budding THOTs lurking/shilling on here.

[–] Empress 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Excellent find. Thank you- stickied.

[–] Hippie_Housewife 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

You gotta start on this stuff really young. If you know that one day you want to have a nice husband and a few kids and a white picket fence, you cannot go through even your teen years by slowly racking up a partner count, becoming a party animal/good time girl, or otherwise thotting it up. Aim at what you intend to hit! You may have time to turn things around in your 20s. It's much harder in your 30s.

This really was an excellent talk. Thanks for sharing it, @Shieldmaden! I'm going to show it to my teens. This is an especially important message for girls, who are being told from every corner that they have all the time in the world to focus on themselves, establish their careers, play the field, put off marriage and children - and it's all a lie. We don't have all the time in the world. Aging is a reality. I'm 35 and let me tell ya, things have changed. I don't have as much energy for late nights or early mornings or lack of sleep as I did when I was a twentysomething. My hormones are all over the place like I'm in perimenopause. If I had waited until this point in my life to begin a family, I can only imagine how much harder it would've been. I'm not sure I'd even be able to have a baby now if we wanted to. As it was, we were lucky to have the two we do; we almost lost each of them for different reasons, even though I was 20 and 21 when they were born. We are never guaranteed anything in life, even if we try for a family when we're young - let alone if we put it off for 15+ years! Better not to delay if you don't need to. I thank God all the time for the fact that we found each other when we were young, got married young, had our kids young...who knows how different our lives would be now? We got to spend our twenties together building a foundation for our future and our family. It was worth it all. I can't imagine that playing the field and having lots of boyfriends and working 40 hours a week would've made me a better person, or better off, or even happier.

I also like that she pointed out what a mistake it is to make choices out of desperation or loneliness though. Marriage is a long time to be unhappy...my mom always said, "Marry in haste, repent at leisure." Solid advice. Better to be single for years than to marry the wrong person.

[–] BitChuteArchive 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

[–] derram 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

https://invidio.us/watch?v=vhhgI4tSMwc :

Why 30 is not the new 20 | Meg Jay - YouTube


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