What is age anyway?


Does age really dictate where we are at and what we should be doing at what particular time?  What is age anyway?


3 responses to “What is age anyway?

  1. Kim Cleave

    Well, in the old days (when I was about 16), anyone over 30 was considered a fosil. You left school, met a guy, got married and had kids by about 22 at the oldest. I was going to buck the trend and wait until I was quite old and mature, at least 25!! By 24 yrs of age, 30 seemed a better idea.. then 40, then…oh, maybe not at all. Nowadays, at least 30 seems to be more a normal age for most to marry, anyone doing it in their 20’s is considered too young. and of course, in Western society at least, not getting married and having kids is also an option these days, whereas 20 years ago, you’d be considered, well, a jar of pickles, left on the shelf. So, in my opinion, I say age is no barrier to how you want to live your life. We can do what we want, when we want (for most things – I wouldn’t consider having a child at 70 a great plan for example). Hey, 80 year olds go and do uni degree’s these days! Age – the more years you have, the luckier you are, not everyone makes it to whatever age you are right now.

  2. Rachael

    I remember in the shop Flic, how many woman would say, I think I’m to old for this or young , I always thought if it looks great and you feel great what has Age got to do with it!

  3. Suzanne

    I’ve taken a breather, everyone in my mums group is pregnant or already had thier second baby. Was feeling behind the eight ball, but decided to set a timeline that met my needs and my families needs. It was a relief to take the pressure off myself.

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