I am 35 years old and have never been married. I have no title or ability. Can I say that I have failed in life?

Updated on : December 6, 2021 by Turner Norton



I am 35 years old and have never been married. I have no title or ability. Can I say that I have failed in life?

Failed in what? Life is not a contest. If you are discouraged about your situation in life, you are not too old to change things. I can't suggest anything to you because I don't know anything about you. Think seriously about what you would rather be doing, and if you see someone or know someone who does it, ask them how to do it, whatever it is. Also, if you were married, you are more likely to get divorced, so I think you are ahead of the game. Do not be so hard on yourself. Good luck for you. And by the way, a title does not guarantee a day.

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Failed in what? Life is not a contest. If you are discouraged about your situation in life, you are not too old to change things. I can't suggest anything to you because I don't know anything about you. Think seriously about what you would rather be doing, and if you see someone or know someone who does it, ask them how to do it, whatever it is. Also, if you were married, you are more likely to get divorced, so I think you are ahead of the game. Do not be so hard on yourself. Good luck for you. And by the way, a title does not guarantee anything.

I am 36 years old, I do not have a degree and I am not married either, however, I have a particular ability, and that ability gives me success. On top of that, my spiritual abilities give me an advantage. Therefore, you have not failed in life, just find out what you are good at and use it to your advantage. Maybe ask the universe for someone to help show you the right path or what your divine gift is and use it. I can never say that I have failed in life. If I told you everything I've been through and succeeded in, you would understand why.

You failed if you don't do something about it. Come out, learn something. Find out if you have a hidden skill. Everyone has a special gift, you need to find yours. Similarly, not being married is not a problem. At least you weren't in an emotionally draining or toxic relationship. My point is, you only fail when you give up. 35 isn't even THAT old! If you go to college today, in 4 years you will have 38 with some kind of degree. If you don't, you will still be 38 years old.

When did marriage become an example of success? Haven't you seen how many people with PhDs and Masters are unemployed? Those are the standards of the society that, by the way, is changing. People are realizing that they are going to college and getting tons of student loans and not making enough to pay them off. Set your own standards for success and live and live by them!

Why are you so negative about yourself? You are only 35 years old. You have plenty of time to accomplish whatever you want to do. Decide what you are going to do. Make a list. And then start doing things to gain skills, a degree, and if you like, a spouse. Just get going my friend! Or you'll regret it even more when you're 70. Good luck!

No, you have not failed. You were reading about success and it has nothing to do with the milestones you have reached, but with living the life that is authentic to you. I'm pretty sure you have skills as you have successfully reached 35 years old! And singles can be happy!

At thirty-five you are taking stock of your life and fortunately there is still time for achievement. Decide on something you're good at and keep acquiring that skill, if you're not sure, contact a professional counselor and take an aptitude test. Once you do, your confidence will be restored and you can make friends. Do not delay any longer, it is time, get going.

Why you should? There is nothing wrong with being single. And if you don't have a degree or a skill, why don't you train yourself? The age of 35 is still quite young, so stop negative thoughts and take control of your life. You still have the chance to build a good life if you want.

There's no certainty, no 'those things you mentioned don't define who you are as a person anyway' if you're healthy and wake up in the morning not owing millions of dollars or people chasing you, more than anything that's really important in the life. it is tranquility and being happy

You will only know if you failed in life or not one minute before your death. The more time you have until then, the more time you will have to adapt the circumstances to your liking. Why would your story have a pun or moral in the middle?

He's just failing by wasting time.

You can still get a degree.

You can acquire skills every day.

Just get off your butt and do whatever it takes.

It all depends on you from now on.

If you keep procrastinating, you will fail.

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