Much of the Asian culture is typically tied to family - especially the notion of carrying on the family lineage (i.e. pressure to get married by age 30 for example). As a single woman, questions like "when are you getting married?", "when will you settle down?", "do you have a stable, potential marriage material partner you're seeing?" are questions that increase in frequency as we age. And for those that have made a conscious decision to be single, kudos
Whether single, married, divorced, "it's complicated" or whatever permutation you might currently fall under, unless you've been living like a hermit, there is no way you wouldn't have experienced certain dating peeves.
We figured, why not just share it all? If you identify with the stories, well at least you know you aren't alone. If you have been lucky enough to escape the dating scene pretty much unscathed, well thank your lucky cupid watching over you, and have a laugh
We know our #TEAMBUSYWOMAN community members are strong advocates of supporting fellow women...and it is always amazing & inspiring when we hear of women doing great things, or being "superwomen" - handling multiple things AND actually thriving. With Mother's Day right around the corner, we take the opportunity to celebrate women who are doing their best to hold it all together for the people around them - with their family and for the community.
Men are just as important,
Not counting the new intern in the Accounting department, it's been a long time since you've met anyone new... If even trying to find a decent conversation partner on most days seems to be a daunting task - girl, it's time we have a chat about your social life!
Many of us use time as an excuse when we talk about having a healthy social life. But in reality, no man is an island! For most of us, we need
We know our #TEAMBUSYWOMAN community members are strong advocates of supporting fellow women...and it is always amazing & inspiring when we hear of women doing great things, or being "superwomen" - handling multiple things AND actually thriving.
Men are just as important, or even more so, on our quest toward gender equality. Their ability to recognize and acknowledge that gender bias is an issue, and empower women around them, is essential for any progress to be made.
Strong social connections and a sense of belonging are vital to our health and wellbeing. When we have connected, secure relationships with others, our immune system is stronger, helping us to recover faster from any illnesses and our overall health is generally better! Conversely, the health risks from social isolation are comparable to the risks associated with cigarette smoking, high blood pressure and obesity.