Category Archives: Singleness

Tick, Tock.. Biological Clock

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“You do realise your clock is ticking, right?”

I remember the first time someone reminded me that my biological clock was ticking. She said it in a hushed voice like it was some kind of secret. I looked back at her in the way I had become accustomed to looking at people who prodded at my relationship status, why I didn’t have kids or what I was waiting for.

This brief exchange led me to wonder why it is that women are repeatedly reminded of their tick, tock.. biological clock. Continue reading

Why Do We Treat ‘Single’ Like a Dirty Word?

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If you’re a single Christian of any age, you’ve probably encountered the dreaded question: “When are you getting married?” Several responses probably go through your mind before settling on the polite: “I haven’t met the right person yet.”

Singleness is often treated like a dirty word. Continue reading