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This is proof that everyone feels this way, if Emma Watson feels this way after being successful since she was a young girl, it’s definitely the programming. Everyone’s timeline is different and it is never too late for anything in life, just let destiny take you where you’re meant to go.
Yes, and not only that it's not too late but we don't even have to walk the same path. Who has the right to say who is more and who is less valuable?
@Jemimah Kendall it can be human nature too but most of the time it's not
I cant believe people dont know about this. It's true. Have yall heard of the Pepsi and cola experience? It's almost the same thing. Why do you think women feel the need to shave, put on a lot of makeup etc. Or why do you think men always want to buy video games or watch football games? And you cant feel it, itll just show itself for your thoughts and that takes a few years to build itself.
@crazy4orlando2 As I said, I apologise if I came as rude. It's just that other people's comments, the ones that are similar to your point were affecting my perception of you.
@crazy4orlando2 I never said I am above everyone. Obviously not cause everyone is equal. And I never cherry-picked and changed your words mate. I just comment on the stuff I disagree with you in. No one said a career is everything. But you said that family brings more joy than a career, then I said that people find happiness in different things. The reason I commented on this is cause I disagree with it, that's not reading what I want to read cause what's the point of arguing about something none of us disagrees with.
I'm turning 26, jobless, stressed, anxious. It's heartwarming to know I'm not alone.
Jobless? That’s why you’re here
Me too brother. Turning 26 in 3 months. But I am lost 😓
Ur never alone💗
It's fascinating that she still felt that stress and anxiety even though she's well-educated and in a very stable place in her career at 30
@Rob so do you think my purpose in life is to have a child before 30 or I should feel like I'm running out of time? That's the exact thing she's speaking against in the video you're commenting on. "Stop being something you're not" also applies to people who aren't interested in having children that early or at all.
@Smazberry Pie but if you want to have children WOMEN have a time limit. I would also say stop trying to be someone you're not and live your life how you want it, but don't regret those choices later on in life.
The whole point is that she (we) shouldn't be pressured to live our lives faster than we want to. But women start decaying after 30, according to a lot of people, so.
@Rob OK "Rob". As a woman over 30, I should not have to hold your hand through my entirely relevant comment, and mansplaining MY own situation to me won't work. She is a famous, well-educated movie star and she still felt the pressures from society. Which is fascinating. We (as women approaching or over 30) worry about having these things society says we should have, but even when we already have a good amount of those things, we still worry about it. Maybe you don't understand because it's not your world. Ask a woman approaching or over 30.
I'm 52 and still have no clue where my life is going!
@Aaradhya Keswani I have the same problem, don't worry about it 🤣
@Big Mac Daddy Daddy Mac did I say something wrong, because I always do that
@Aaradhya Keswani Well, there you go, that says it all! Well done luv, thanks for your input 👍
@Big Mac Daddy Daddy Mac yup
@Aaradhya Keswani Jumping to conclusions are we?
The way she's still giving Hermione realness after all these years
She's actually quite right about that And it's not just in the case of women, men feel that pressure when they're closing in on turning 30 as well, I know that I certainly did
But women are pressurised more to get settled till the age of 30
Feel the pressure anytime because when you can't really pay anything just forget of getting a girlfriend!🤣😝
I can highly relate to this now
Oh that? THAT anxiety is _just_ your body & biological clock screaming, "I'm ready! Anytime now! We're gonna expire at any second... I think?" at the top of its voice. Just ignore it, it only gets worse. 🤣🤣🤣🤣
@Venus Virus ...
I felt the exact same way when I was approaching 30, just out of the blue started to really focus on it and had a pretty tough time mentally with it. Then someone told me that if you have a hard time turning 30, then you won’t have any problems dealing with turning 40. But if you had an easy time turning 30, then turning 40 is going to be really hard. For me, it turned out to be true (didn’t have a single issue with turning 50 either), so thought I’d pass it along in case it’s helpful to anyone reading this.
I like that. I’ve been dreading 30 since I turned 27. Because I know 30 is fast approaching. But once I get past that mental hump I don’t think I’ll be caring about my age much
thank you so much! is it because like generally that “mental crisis” about being middle aged must be experienced one way or the other?
Oh man, she said what I couldn’t understand since I was 23, I’ve been so stressed about all this to the point of being an alcoholic, loosing hair, loosing people due to not understanding all this, I’m 28 now, she makes a lot of sense. Fuck all this anxiety about figuring shit out by 30, I know where I’m heading life, I know what I need to do to live my time here pretty well. Thanks Emma! All power to you! 😊
A friend sent this to me before I turned 30. I feel okay with my life but I do feel pushed to have "certain" things because of my age. It's been this way for a while. All through my 20s. So when she said this it was like she exposed the peer pressure. Like wow. I'm 30 and still facing peer pressure. I thought I was over it. God bless Emma for saying it like it is.
I’m actually impressed she can relate considering she’s been living the American dream since what like age 12. Idk if she’s married with kids but she def got the education, social prestige and lucrative successful career, ya know. A lot of Americans don’t get that. We get slithers of it here and there depending on your story and decisions and opportunities. I dig that she can relate and speak to something that a lot of young people go through.
No joke, it feels incredibly uplifting to have someone like Emma Watson, with all the absolutely amazing things shes done in her young life, to say this cause this is something that I'm constantly thinking about and constantly drags me down ❤
@AJ Jamsen Why don't you give me an example of a great thing she did? Don't you think that would work better than trying to bluff your way out of this argument?
@A Black Knight all because that's all you're aware of in you small view of the world, doesn't mean that's all she done.
@AJ Jamsen That is literally the only significant thing she did in her life.
@A Black Knight you do realize shes done so much more then just be Harry Potters sidekick, right?
Just turned 27 not too long ago and I know what she means already. Especially since all my brothers and sister all were married, had nice houses, and kids by the time they were my age. I still live in an apt and the closest I've gotten to a family is a 3 year relationship that ended 2 years ago but still feels like yesterday. At least I started a business last year that's kept me occupied along with my other full time job. My focus is to get as rich as I can by the time I'm 30. Screw everything else.
I had an absolute meltdown when I turned 30, and that is extremely out of character for me. I have a home, a husband, and a successful career but my reaction came from feeling like I all of a sudden went from being beautiful and desirable to overnight being old and washed up. It was such a strange unexpected feeling to just hit me so hard and so fast.
She is such a big role model💖 so much respect for her 💯
I just turned 30 and I agree with everything she just said. Shit hits different.
i'm 33 soon 😅😅😅
Do you feel like you’re waiting for your 18th birthday
@雪恵 yes ☺
@Vaishnavi Singh I'll pray for you ☺🙏
ayy i’m just turned 30 too
I feel this too, Emma :( I never thought that this world would be so harsh... What's wrong with the people?!
She already achieved so much what most of us can't, even if we lived till 110.
When my dad turned 30 he had 4 kids one being me, just divorced and had barely enough money to keep going. But did that stop him? No, it didn't he is still strong to this day and is always looking out for everyone.
I feel this so much 🥺 I’m 30 this year and everything’s a mess in my life 🤦🏼♀️
My mother met my dad when she was 35. They got married at 39. She had me at 40 and my little sister at 42. She bought her first house at 48 and my life has been great but my mother got strange looks whenever I would run-up to her and say mom in elementary school. People would assume she was my grandma. She is a amazing and proof of everything Emma said. edit: I see a lot of people talking about how hard it is and yes it is my parents were fortunate and my birthday actually lines up with their wedding night and my sister very quickly as well. My parents were very fortunate as they did not have to try very hard and for that they are thankful because my mom says that if they had tried a long time they probably would have given up 😅
@Johan Johansson you didn't understand what I was saying. "The odds weren't in your favor" means HER likelyhood to develop some kind of problem must have been more than 50%. That it was more likely FOR HER to be born with an issue than with none. That's what that sentence means, and it's just not true. And if you think I'm arguing kids born to older mothers are not more likely (emphasis on "more") to develop problems, think again. I know that, and I think it's a bit irresponsible to start having children at 40. But exaggerating a problem to provoke an emotional reaction is still not right.
@Connaeris I didn't say so either, but if i had to list every one then i would be here all week since i am not allowed to post links. I just used Downs as ONE type of issue that is MUCH more than 50% risk increase to older mothers. 1/1300 vs 1/83 that is magnitudes more than a 50% increase. There are hundreds of mental and physical risk increases for older mothers compared to younger ones. Even to the mothers themselves. You can't go "Oh but you didn't mention this one thing so therefore there is no issue" in an attempt at feeling good.
@Johan Johansson those studies don't say the majority of children born to 40 years old mothers have pathologies. You'd need dozens of issues as or more common than Down syndrome to make it 50%. That's what "the odds were not in your favor" means.
@Connaeris Oh, seems like my post got ripped because i had links in it. But its easy to find studies on this. We spend enormous ammounts of money on women focused research. Take the risk of downs as an example, for a woman 25-30 the risk of the child getting downs is 1/1300 births, 35+ its 1/83. And that pattern continues. The risk of misscarriage and stillbirths also increase by almost 3x, though that still "only" mean about 3/1000 children.
She's 100% right. I'm 29 and the amount of anxiety and depression I have is just... 🤦🏼♀️
Emma's a point of reference for all womens!!! We can be all we want
Andrew Garfield once said: "Fuck 30/90 seems like im in for a twister"
@nervous_young_inhuman could be where he got it from, since he played Larson in Tick Tick Boom.
Didn't Jonathan larson originally say that
I think there's this stage every once in a while in life, like as a kid slowly realising and maturing into a teenager and entering high school, and finding a good college, finding a job, and so on. You just have to accept that you won't escape this and know that it's apart of life. It's about new experiences and growing as a person
I admire her so much. She’s so well-spoken, intelligent and empathetic. I just turned 26 and am just in school now studying what I want to do with my future. I have no partner, I live with a relative and am a server as my job to pay for school. I feel like a failure everyday because of these expectations put on us in our twenties. This made me feel less upset about it 🥺❤️
@Cobain where do you live? Rural India? Niger? A Romani community? If not, why did the people who raised you do such a bad job?
@Hellfire missile salesman Emma Watson certainly is. Do you think she's wrong to do so?
@Beisht Kione I didn’t blame society for my own actions?
I’m 29 now and kinda figuring things out after nearly a decade of fun and this just made me cry lol. I feel seen 🙈
I totally get the anxiety! I almost had a panic attack the day before my 30th birthday.
If u give up on meeting expectations, turning 30 doesn’t feel any different from turning any other age 💅🏼
my mom got her first boyfriend when she turned 30, because for her whole life, she focused on herself first and what she wanted before a man. i really look up to her for that. many of my aunts have given themselves away because they seem to feel like their main priority in life is to have someone to rely on, when the only person you must rely on is yourself. (that last part is a quote from my mother). she didnt start a family until she was 36.
28, still in school. Most of my classmates are around 21-23. I feel this soooo deeply. I keep stressing about finishing asap just because of my age. If everything goes smooth I will finish at 30. If I was 23 I would be so much more relaxed.
@Deona Think of it this way, "Slow and steady wins the race". You have to consider if their decision to go in initially was from societal pressures. If they went in not ready and have a resentment for starting so suddenly and not being happy with the process. Question to ask yourself is "Was the time right for me to start my journey?" I feel the urge to go to college every year since I got out of a divorce. I'm 36yrs old. I want to go when I'm ready and know what I want to go into college for. I want to know what my resources are for success for me and not go through what works best for the college only. I've seen examples of friends who would use their time off between semesters, study for a math course in advance and when the course started, would check with the teacher (in advance of course) if they could just pay for the test and opt out of taking the class. It's a great example to find ways that work for you and not just for everyone else. Also, you're always either going to be ahead of the game in other categories while in others you feel behind. Just think, someone may be seeing you about to cross the "finish line" and graduate college, while as someone just getting out of high school, going into college may feel like they wish they could already be graduating college with you. You just never know, what others may see in themselves when you've finally completed your goals. You could very well be inspiration to them.
Same here. I'm 30 this year and should have graduated, but uni wouldnt enrol me into a subject, so I won't be graduating until I turn 31 :( then I have to pay off a 20k loan and save for a house at rhe same time. Then start having children preferably before 35 as it becomes harder and high risk. But first I have to find someone. Where did the time go? So much pressure and so much regret time waisting.
At 28 I wanted to go back to school but was afraid because. Everyone would think I’m too old. Now turning 33, I’m finally going back to school and pursuing my dreams regardless of my age. I wish I made that jump at 28 :(
Everything happens for a reason! Hang on and you will see what life will have in place for you
I'm 23 and I don't feel relaxed at all, so tell me how that works
I once met a woman who was 25 who already had a kid and got a divorce. It kinda puts it into perspective that standards with age is a ridiculous social construct. She's a happy single mom btw. Went back to her parents and her baby girl is surrounded by love and a very motivated mom.
I just turned 24 and I already feel like this. A lot of my friends and acquaintances are already married with kids and a home and they’ve began asking me when I’m going to do the same. Like I’ve only dated once, I’m still living with my parents, and I’m struggling with finishing my career 😭
It’s true, when I turned 28 I felt like I was a complete failure because I didn’t have a stable job with the career field I worked so hard to learn and achieve. But then I told myself “It doesn’t matter what people think, I’ll get a full time job doing what I love and I’ll work my way up at my own pace.” With persistence and prayer, I got exactly what I asked for. Now at 35, I own a beautiful house, a new car, still love my job (and now teleworking at home, which was a future dream lol), and I have my furbabies 😆 No husband or human babies, that’s something I’m not interested in. But there are still people who ask me “are you married?” or “don’t you want to have a family?” And I tell them “No, not everyone desires a family.” So don’t rush or feel pressured into something you don’t want or are not ready for. GO AT YOUR OWN PACE. This is YOUR life you’re living. My words of wisdom 👍🏼✨
I turned 29 yesterday and sometimes throughout the day, 30 dawned on me and it was so surreal... I still think of myself as a child at heart... But damn..
turned 30 this year and can relate so much
@Richa Cardozo loll my mom had me when she was 47, and she is the healthiest person I know
@Sushrita Sen what did they say-
Same here 😔
Welcome to the club.
I'm 29 and the anxiety I go through each day is also so high. Parents urging me to get married, have kids (that's not even possible jesus christ)
She's a powerfull strong independent women who inspired other Women to do what they think they can't and bring up unspoken topics and talk about it , she knows that women are capable of doing whatever they want to but the society is not letting do things she's really an inspiring personality she's really motivating and she's litreally the most down to earth celebrity ! Her pure soul is what makes her the most beautiful person inside out . She is also very talented as she is a feminist and an amazing actor and she's just perfect ❤️ she's my MENTOR and deserves to be my favourite person in the whole industry 😌❤️💅👑
She is absolutely right I just turned thirty and when I pschoanalysed myself I am ok where I am but it is the input that society has put on women that makes one feel not secure or failure, just know it is ok and things will workout.
Emma Watson: there’s a lot of anxiety about being 30 and not having a stable career Also Emma Watson: **multi-millionaire actress**
I'm 43 and JUST started figuring things out. No children and I'm engaged for the first time in my life. To a 28 year old wonderful man. NOTHING went the way society says it should, and I couldn't be happier. Don't worry, ok? Things can start working out when you least expect it ❤
@KoKLoL lmao right back at you babes😂
@Ms Girly Totally delusional woman. Never come across that before....and water is wet.
@Ms Girly I cant believe you even said that 😅🤦♂️ An older man and a young woman is a natural pairing, and the way relationships should be. Older man & young woman pairing has been done since the beginning of time.
@KoKLoL oh please. Would he have played her like a fiddle were the ages reversed? Keep the bs to yourself.
I feel like that. I’m about to be 28 and I feel like I’m still figuring things out.
I would actually cry if i met her she’s an icon
As someone that is married and has an almost 7 year old child, I'm still feeling weird about turning 28 in 9 days. I look very young but according to society I'm starting to become an old woman.
The world will never forget about "Emma Watson", I believe you have already earned the most important thing in life...
Emma understands that you don’t have to do certain things by a certain age. We are all on different paths going through this game of life at our own pace.
@PimpDaddyHenchilada ok science denier
@electromechanical stuff She’s not talking about having kids. What is wrong with you?
@guccitae I'll go tell that to my 35 year old friends who tried having kids who had complications like preclamcia and fertility issues. Hope u like cats
Me,a 13 year old watching this and being like:This is relatable 😂 For real though,give yourself some time to figure everything out Everyone works at a different pace Just because others are doing certain things by a certain age DOES NOT mean you have to do the same
Turning 33 in a month and I still feel this anxiety. I thought I figured everything out until last July. That's when my depression almost drowned me and I lost my job, while at the hospital. There are days, when I feel like I cannot breath.
Gosh I feel just like this!!! Turning 30 this year! Not married, no baby and in an up and down relationship 😯 This clip has made me feel a bit better though! 😆
I'm 28 and uggggh!!! Emma yes!!😭😭😭 and this is why I adore her. She speaks on real things
This is so true. I'm 29 and I feel so stress about my career and my dreams.
Hi 5 !!!
@you sh*t don't ever give up on ur dreams🥺🥺 and life gets SOOOO much better after high school, I know it's extremely depressing now but just try n focus on doing things that make u happy n will make ur life better, even if u have to hide it from ur parents. I wish I'd focused on what made me happy, I wasted too much time trying to please other people. Remember ur the only one living ur life, it's UR story. I'm sure ur parents have ur best interests at heart but sometimes they don't understand us and that's ok, no one is perfect and sadly it's normal for parents to make mistakes even if they don't admit it. Just hang on and stay strong🙏🙏 once ur 18 u can find a job u love, save money for a car and apartment, and start building ur life how u want it to be🥰 just try and enjoy ur teenage years by having fun and figuring out who u r and what u like🥰🥰💖
I'm 31, n I promise u it's gonna be okay. It is completely normal for ppl to not "have everything" by 30, and it's actually a blessing in disguise!! U were blessed to be able to enjoy ur 20s without all these unnecessary stressors, and u have plenty of time, a whole nother decade, to start focusing on wat u really want in life and working towards it. Nobody knows who they r in their 20s and it's really a time of self discovery and growth, and personally I know if I'd had a baby, gotten married etc at like 24 or 25, I would've absolutely regretted it now just bcus of how much i changed each year, n how I'm so far from the person I was then. U got this tho, don't focus on ur age n simply focus on wat makes u happy n taking the steps to build ur life to what u want it to be, and everything will work out and be worth it🥰🥰 30 was the worst year for me bcus I felt the same way as u, n it was so unnecessary n such a waste of a perfectly good year, all bcus I let all the negative thoughts bring me down instead of enjoying life!! U never get the time back, so make sure u enjoy it and use it🥰🥰🥰🥰🙏🙏💖
*HER VOICE + THE ACCENT MAKES IT EVEN DEEPER.*
I love Emma Watson she is just so amazing and inspiring
Turned 29 in Feb and fucks sake, I feel this so hard. Still figuring things out. Trying to make my way through this life. Hope everyone else that can relate gets to a point where they feel comfortable in whatever path they take. 💜
My parents were 37 and 39 when I was born and I was their first child 😉
I’m impressed that she realized all this even though it wouldn’t be as challenging for her to attain any of those things. And that’s not a jab at her… most people who have fame, money and good looks just don’t know how impossibly challenging it is for a person with few friends, no career and average looks (or unfortunately ugly) to attain all those things.
@Charzilian exactly what I was thinking
She already attained all the financial side and career wise, for actors she's actually at the top of the range simply because she starred in an incredible movie franchise. Most actors can only dream. But about the family thing, that's only up to her. Finding love is near impossible for Hollywood actors, but I don't think it's hard to have a baby and raising them herself. A lot of female entertainers seems to like that direction.
I know rich and famous people also have problems but compared to us normal people it's nothing at least they don't have to worry about paying rent
Right though... 😒😔
@Spencer Ellis You: " Based on the evidence, I assume _______. That's hardly an assumption " 😅 what are you even trying to argue?
I think it's because of pressure from the older generation. Whenever I've been asked about getting married or babies it's been from older people. I feel our generation is pretty chill about it though, for the most part.
it's kinda more stress when you're in a asian family even when you are just turning 25
Thank you! She is one of the few incredibly intelligent actors.
Introvertida e linda, a combinação perfeita !
I didn’t understand it either until I turned 29 and went through a huge depression. I felt like I hadn’t lived my twenties the way I should have and I’d never get that time back.
Oh my God.. are my mind??..I feel exactly the same way..it's just peculiarly comforting that there's someone else at some part of this world who feels the same..
I am feeling like I am not alone. Living with so much anxieties 😭😭
@Connaeris thank you for your kind words. I believe that and wish the same for you. We gotta let the past behind and live right now, if we don’t do that we will regret no living the best we can when we were the age we are right now and we still young, especially you, wish you the best.
@Ricardo Torquato I said the same but when I was 20. I'd barely lived up to that point because of my mental health problems, and I'd just started getting out and having hope again when quarantine happened. The first months were fine, but the second lockdown hit me very hard and I lost myself again. Now, at 22, I'm trying to get back to the mindset I had before covid. I wish I could be 20 again, but I can't. Still, that shouldn't keep me from experience those things I missed out on because of covid, and he same goes for you. If we let the last two years get the best of us, we'll miss out on even more experiences. Good luck for the future! May it give you everything you want and more.
@Dinithi Upeka Liyana Jayawardhana well said
This is so true, I’m turning 30 this summer and I’m just starting to figure out what I want to do with my life. When I was 26 I had a midlife crisis, feeling so worthless and stress because everyone around me seemed to have it all ( a career, babies, a home or apartment and a car ) and I was still working as a waitress. When I turned 28, I stopped giving a crap about what I don’t have and appreciate what I do have. I’m much happier now.
Oh yeah, Emma Watson was really struggling career wise at 30. Lmao had to point it out but what she's saying is also true
really wish people would stop thinking that "building a family" is an absolute necessity for everyone, especially women, in life
Not everyone no. But the vast majority of people yes. Biology only gives us one edict.
I'm 29 turning 30 this year. This is literally me. I've wanted kids since I was 17. I'm now 29 with no kids and it's upsetting g because I feel that I've not accomplished anything.
As a 30 year old who isn't married, doesn't have children, or a stable and reliable career, I can safely say that I wouldnt trade anything I have for any of that. I'm a musician. I get to do what I love for my living. I have good friends, a roof over my head, plenty of food, access to health care, etc etc etc. Don't worry about being behind. Just live your life in a way that makes you feel validated. It's entirely up to you what you choose to do with your time.
If you are happy, have friends, can buy its own "bread" with its own money then you really arent behind its your life not others'
@devangel007 thats called life, you don't get any younger but atleast you got to do what you wanted with your time
I'm glad I've seen this short. It makes me feel understood.
The first picture made me remember when my math teacher told us a story about how she went to the same university as emma but emma graduated at the same year my math teacher started lol
Yeah, I felt that too when I was 30. At that age, I want to be successful in everything that I want but if I didn't achieve it there's a feeling of anxiety, remorse that you didn't do much better than your younger years.
Probably remnants of the time when getting married, buying a house and having a baby were all things people had accomplished already by the time they were 25. Probably most of us have one grandparent or parent who had their life "in order" well in their mid-20s. People tend to forget that times have changed in a way that make it impossible to achieve all those things by the time you're 30 without getting into crippling debt.
This hit home. I'm 29 and going to turn 30 now. Each word she said is EXTREMELY TRUE in my life. 💔
Can I post some self pitying remarks too? Everyone else cornering the victim culture is giving me anxiety!
Nah, it's not subliminal messaging, it's biology, eggs go bad, every year you wait your children are more likely to have down syndrome, autism, etc., because your choices have consequences, even if you never figured out what responsibility is.
Yeah but calm down , do not rush anywhere , do whatever you want and not what other people thinks xoxo
same i’m 29 myself..
This is so true. I turned 30 last year, and I’m still anxious and figuring things out.
I liked how the music ended all of a sudden😅😅 I was like "okay when that man screams, she is going to say something so meaningful".. and then it just stopped. "Wait! What just happened "
As someone about to turn 30 next week, I feel this 😭
I bid your 20's farewell. Mine this year too. Death to our 20s RIP
My fiancée had this problem 😣 I keep telling her it's all fine but it's difficult helping someone see something from a different perspective.
I felt this way from 15 until 30. When I finally turned 30 every imagined burden lifted from my shoulders and I'm more confident than ever, I am now a whole entire adult and no one can tell me what to do.
I feel you
I'm turning 30 next year. can't believe time flies but i never feel the urge to have family & children... but i'm surrounded by society that is told to marry early & have a family so i started to feel depress & a bit anxious as i grow older
Damn I feel that at 20 lol but not an adult adult until I can get an apartment lols
@Abigail Hansen You still have plenty of time to figure it out, 15 is so much younger than it feels to you when you're there. Yes time will get away from you at a certain point, don't take it for granted. Use it to the best of your ability but you're too young to stress about it too much.
That’s just life. You’ll feel it regardless of how supportive people around you are. We’re in a race against time.
It’s not just “subliminal messaging” it’s biologically sound. It’s generally healthier to have babies before 35. It’s just life so the sooner you accept it, the better you can plan for it. Men have longer before they have to necessarily deal with that, but that does NOT make you a victim, it just makes you a woman. Congrats. Being a woman is beautiful and wonderful. Embrace it and stop complaining about it. P.s. for the record. I do love Emma, but I am tired of the toxic feminist arguments.
I'm 21 and my bf is 29, and I can feel his anxiety daily. He lives with his mother, he has a career but he's still figuring a few things out, we aren't married, no kids. He's so stressed out about everything, so insecure about his own beautiful life because he feels like he should be having another kind of life
Bro, my mom told me 27 is the perfect age to start a family. She died when I was 16 and when I turned 27 I felt like I disappointed her so much because I hadn't done any of the things she wanted me to do.
This is honestly so so true! Create your own path and don’t conform to society’s views and opinions on how you should be living your life ❤️
@taraqueen58 But almost anyone swears, so why does that matter to you though? And no
@ѕтαяяутєαяz_. never said it bothers me I said when you don't like someone's opinion that's different to yours you resort to swearing so my opinion obviously bothers you now please go away.
@taraqueen58 No one here is calling themselves a feminist, buddy. And if me cursing bothers you that much, then that's a you problem. I'm saying your opinion is garbage, which is another opinion that YOU seem to not be able to stand either.
@ѕтαяяутєαяz_. Standard response from people who can't stand anyone else's opinion.....an expletive. Fact: Narcissism is on the increase. EW calls herself a feminist yet eschews all the qualities of women.
@taraqueen58 And what do you want then? People who can't even respect themselves or being overly dependent on others to even make choices? Piss off.
I'm turning 40 this year and still trying to figure things out 🤣🤣 enjoying myself though
I remember loving my 30th year because I had all that shit figured out at 26
The musical Tick Tick Boom talks about this more in depth actually. Turning 30 feels like you’re running out of time… If anyone is interested one of the songs in the musical called “30/90” talks about this thing exactly. Go listen to it it’s actually really good 😊
I mean she has the whole career thing going and it wouldn’t be hard for her to obtain all those other things if she wanted. But I get what she’s saying. I’m about to be 30 myself. Side note, I’m obsessed with her accent. She’s adorable lol
Honestly, it’s women like her that continue to reassure me that life is going to be ok. Her speaking about this, and talking about how society’s expectations on women growing older, and how they’re absolutely bullshit, makes me not worry or freak out about “aging” even as a young girl like me. I love the fact the women overall, especially in these few recent decades, aren’t afraid to speak of their worries and fears as a woman. It makes my life so much easier, not having to think so much of what society expects of me and of my future self, but working on building myself to become the best me I can be for the future, as cheesy as that sounds. But it’s just, REALLY DAMN COOL !!
@rf I’m not saying that. Have you forgotten what classifies you as a woman or a man? There are men that are not fertile either by getting a Vasectomy or a horrific event taking place, but those men are still called “men” regardless. Stop putting words in my response and just read the damn thing
@Wyatt Frye so by your standards, infertile women are not real women? You should check yourself first, before trying to get involved in other people's business. You need the help.
lol cope much
@Wyatt Frye nice explained
we love her she is a QUEEN!!
I’m turning 28 this year and I already feel this 😓
my mom had me at 31 and my brother at 35 and everyone kept telling her she was supposed to have kids at mid 20’s. But she has been one of the best moms, and no meaning this in a bad way but she had kids when she felt like she was ready and knew more about the life that’s ahead.
This is proof that getting everything you want is not enough to impose happiness on you. It's always what you dont have, regardless of whether you wanted it or not that you focus on.
I thought it was just my self getting anxious now I turned 30 😂
I just turned 29…I feel it! But this was a good message to hear!
It's better to be 30, unmarried, and happy than 30, married, and miserable.
this is so relatable to me ! I'm already turning 30 this July,but I'm not stable yet,no husband & baby yet as well
It's comforting to hear this from a successful and well-known actress. It makes me understand that a lot of the pressures that we get are merely created by our society. There are so many things that we get pressured about that aren't even that important.
@A W Germany economy grew $ 2 trillion under her governance...The 2nd least G20 country after the Netherlands...
@Joel Her hormones don't care about that.
@A W She is an amazing person...A great leader...
@Steve Pest Thank you for what you have said Steve, you have opened my eyes a little more. I hope you have a great rest of your day brother!
@Joel you brought up a point about how successful a person must be before wondering if they could be successful. I would say two things to that. The first being that everyone should be feeling that way now. In this case, by success I mean improving. And that should ideally be all your life ideally. Imagine what your life and your family would be like if you literally improved every day if every day you were better than the day before. Please notice that you are judging yourself today against yourself yesterday and not comparing yourself to others. When it comes to your professional life can you be more successful must be weighed against what you will have to sacrifice to be more successful. Is the sacrifice or sacrifices worth it to you. And there is no good one size fits all answer. Do you have the talent and ability to go farther? Do you want to? Does it get you closer to a goal? Does it improve your life and so on.
This is so true I feel the pressure. I’m turning 29, housing is 15x my salary in Toronto and Im spinning my wheels working a second job
This is why she's one of my favorites
My stepdad always tells me he has no idea what he wants to be when he grows up and he's in his late 50's. He's had so many jobs, and nothings fit right for him But he doesn't listen to anyone who tells him to "settle down" or to "just pick a job" He's still on the move. He moves house every 10 years or so, he's meeting new people everyday and he is a huge inspiration to me, all because he hasn't 'settled'
I had a house, husband and 3 kids at 29.. was still anxious about turning 30. (BTW seriously wish I would have waited until after 30 to have husband + kids lol)
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