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To mothers out there, what advice would you give your daughters regarding not marrying &
having children before fully exploring/experimenting HER singlehood lifestyle options/choices & achieving HER wants, desires, & goals-gaining valuable experiences? How would you advise your daughter to live her 20s?
You are most likely to marry someone you either date or know in your twenties. Don't try to have the sexual behavior of a man, when women are biologically programmed to fall in love with their lovers - leading to broken hearts as they have one night stands or short flings and he then leaves.
It is better to shop for a partner, while planning long term for children and skillsets that let you work in a variety of ways (full time accountant, part time book keeper, 4 months of the year as a tax preparer).
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