Inasmuch as many ladies set as part of their life goals to get married at a certain age, some circumstances can throw them way of their objective and leave them unmarried long after their 'golden age'.
In many African settings, women who grow past certain ages and still remain unmarried become to topic for discussion with many people attributing their singleness to many things including witchcraft.
Marriage has been so glorified in out part of the world that women especially have it automatically hot-wired into their 'rites of passage'.
Women who are above 30 and are single, more often than not, give people the impression that they played 'hard-to-get in their early years.
Being single as a lady who is more than 30-years-old, comes with a lot of issues including pressure to also get hitched after attending the wedding ceremony of friends or acquaintances.
The pressure extends to one's immediate family members who may also put undue pressure on such a lady to get married so as to be able to bear children.
This kind of pressure can force women to take some decisions they might end up regretting for a long time.
Today, YEN.com.gh brings you advice that Ghanaians have for women who are 30 years and above and still single.
Maadjoa was of the view that women did not have to rush into marriage. She based her argument on the fact that being single was not a crime.
Pepertual was of the same view as Maadjoa. She added that it was better to marry late than marry the wrong person due to pressure.
Akpalu turned into a motivational speaker and admonished such ladies to lead their best life.
Biribiarabeyefine cautioned such women against settling for something less all in the name of marriage.
Pascal admonished such women to be prayerful and wait for the right time.
Bullet teased such women and noted that they were still single due to their pride.
Babs hinted that such women were single because they did not want to marry poor men or become second wives.
Nina advised such ladies to tone down on their make-up because it made them look too expensive and unapproachable.
Cosmos was of the view that age was just a number and that the right time for marriage was going to come.
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