But I look at everyone else; friends, strangers, family, celebrities and fictional characters all seem to be pairing up for life. I understand the want to be around those who make you smile, it's just I cannot imagine spending forever with one person who is that amazing (or finding them).
Your twenties are meant to be (according to pop culture) the years you party, fall in love with everything and everyone and struggle to find your way. There is something else I've noticed, it's when a portion of people find each other and commit forever with little other experience.
Your thirties is when you really grow up; family, home, work. Of course it's expected you've already met that one person.
So does that mean those left single are undesirable, flawed or just no good? Or could it mean they're more developed as an individual? Those who pair early learn to accomadate while those who wait might be stronger alone.
I don't know why this subject is fascinating because I'm happy being me right now and think the future can wait. So why am I fearing there might be a problem later on?