Getting married and having a fairytale life is not exactly what happens when you enter adulthood. So many women have dreams manifest from their childhood of getting married to Prince Charming and living in a castle. The marriage fairytale myth hurts singles and couples alike. There is divorce, infidelity, long weeks of endless work climbing the corporate ladder, and everything else in between. The marriage fairytale that many women still believe about a magical white wedding followed by a happy ending is bullshit

Why Do Single Women Still Believe The Marriage Fairytale Bullshit?

As children, we were brainwashed by all those Disney movies with the same story outline: the princess gets rescued by a handsome prince with a gazillion dollars. What kind of subconscious bullshit is this? Teaching our children today that this is how society works is completely the wrong way to go the game of life. It imposes that women should wait for men to do everything and that men have to take full responsibility for providing for women. The cultural ideas have already begun to tip, hence the fact that there is more stay at home dads and women breadwinners. It’s 2018 – let’s wake up and smell the roses. Women are nearly fifty percent of today’s workforce and are leading even more badass careers today thanks to the women who have paved the way in relentless sociopolitical battles throughout history. Single women need to get over the silly marriage fairytale myth and embrace that the future is female.

Getting married is a terrible idea for many reasons, with divorce being a biggie. Although the divorce rate is falling, the reason for this is because millennials are putting off marriage because they are not financially ready, haven’t found ‘the one’ , and are not ready to settle down yet. Getting a divorce is one of the most stressful events that can happen in your life, along with moving, changing jobs, and losing a loved one. Save yourself the emotional drama, and get down to business. It’s time to focus on improving yourself and getting ahead in your career. Stop believing the marriage fairytale myth bullshit now women.

Did I mention how big of a distraction getting into a relationship is? When you are young and have a lot of energy, you should be working your ass off to make a good career for yourself and to create a better future for you. Don’t waste your time rolling the dice with a risky person who could be the biggest waste of your time. Stay true to you. Wait till you are in your mid-30’s or so. Make your own money, get your own car, pay your own bills, and remember that a man is not a plan. Get up and walk out away from the marriage fairytale romance women. Choose to accept the real world where the world and relationships are messy and being single is great instead of the marriage fairytale bullshit.


Have you heard of the double standard, as well? If you are a woman and get married, you just became the maid, the cook, the babysitter, the lander, and the full-time employee with a full-time weekly job. There is still a discrepancy with the pay gap and the responsibilities at home are still in the women’s court; however, men are  becoming more involved with home responsibilities. Forget all the extra responsibilities, and take care of you, because you are number one! Take care of yourself, work out, eat healthy, save money, and become confident in who you are and double down in succeeding in your profession. Hold your breath this spring while love is in the air, you owe it to yourself to look out for you and become the best version of yourself, today! Give up on the marriage fairytale myth today! 


Securely yours,


Danielle E. Brockman is a contributing writer for Secure Single LLC.


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Danielle has chosen to be single in her walk of life. She experienced dating in her late teens and early twenties, and had always felt each relationship was unfulfilling. To find more meaning in her life, she broke off to go down a path of self-discovery.
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