Prince Charming is a trope made up by society to keep women in the kitchen —
In this day and age, you are less likely to find someone who will sweep you off your feet. There is no such things as happily ever after. Happily ever after is a Western myth that Disney movies made popular. Men no longer want to marry, and if you get pregnant you are basically screwed because you will be on your own. You really can’t find a Prince Charming who will take care of you simply because the United States economy allows women to have opportunity that previous generations of women did not have in the past. Happily ever after is a myth for those reasons. The whole Prince Charming and happily ever after is bullshit that society wants people to believe.
Society’s Happily Ever After Lie And Trap Marriage Is Not Happily Ever After
Marriage makes it nearly impossible to physically and financially break away from your partner. What’s more is divorce is such a money pit that is makes separating even harder. Men are driven by primitive instincts to mate making monogamy an unrealistic ideal. People will end up cheating on their partners and it is becoming more common today, which are reasons to not get married. Avoid infidelity, a heavy financial burdens, and stress. Stay single!
How To Combat The Happily Ever After Myth
Here’s what you do if you are on the receiving an end of a bad marriage. Breakaway. Being able to reach your own fulfillment, achieve your full potential, and maintain your own happiness are the most important things in life. Take this time to be goal oriented and to develop your skills to be competitive in the job market. It is best to support yourself and to make your own money instead of marrying someone. Drop them now without a second thought to focus on developing you. By investing in yourself, you are working towards becoming the best version of you. Remember, a man is not a plan. Say no to Prince Charming!
Leave The Princess Syndrome Behind
Women want to be treated like the princess that they are by being waited on and admired by their lover and their partner. Princess Syndrome is a trap because that is very rare. It may never happen. It’s a trap. Women need to leave the Princess Syndrome behind along with believing in happily ever after! Women can rule their own kingdoms once they stop believing in the Princess Syndrome and in happily ever after. You can be a queen without a king.
There is no Prince Charming who is going to make you have a happily ever after. The Princess Syndrome holds women back from achieving their full potential in life. Learn to make your own money and to make yourself happy. Don’t fall into the marriage trap. Your independence is worth more than a wedding ring. All the single ladies should not put a ring on it. Know this, and embrace it, because there are people out there who do not have the same freedoms as you. Stay secure, and stay single.
Danielle E. Brockman is a contributing writer for Secure Single LLC. Danielle has her own blog at eContently and you can connect with Danielle on LinkedIn.