Question: I am an unmarried woman. I am 50 years old. I was so busy making money and enjoying my life that I never felt the need to get married. But now that my parents are no more in this world, I feel like I have no one. This is because my friends and relatives have moved on in their respective lives.
He has become busy with his family. I don’t have anyone whom I can call my own. I am left all alone. I don’t understand what should I do?
Aanchal Narang, therapist and founder of Anadar Light Counseling, says that as human beings we all crave love, care, affection and a sense of belonging. Unfortunately, loneliness is a disease. If you have never felt the need to get married before, then first of all consider what is it that is making you feel lonely now.
Marriage is not a cure for loneliness at all. This is because some people feel lonely all the time even after getting tied up in this bond. I am sure you can make people your own, but for that you have to come out of your loneliness first.
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take part in an activity
As you said that your friends and family are busy in their respective lives, so I would suggest you to participate in some activities that will give you an opportunity to meet new people every day. meet. If you want, you can join singing-dance, sport club, drama whatever you are interested in. If you want, you can also join online classes.
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Are you thinking of getting married?
As you said, you haven’t felt the need to get married yet, but after the departure of your parents, the idea of getting married is coming to your mind. In such a situation, first of all I want to ask you, are you thinking of getting married? If so, let me tell you that individuality in relationships often adds up to a healthy age.
You need to keep in mind that after marriage you may get a partner, but his/her habits may be different from yours. In such a situation, you may have to make a lot of adjustments to run your relationship. If you are ready for all this, then the idea of marriage is not wrong.
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