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I am 34. Many people my age have kids, mortgages, car payments, etc. Sometimes I think about if I would want to have a family. But I don't think very long about it, because even if I did want one I don't think I could afford it. So when the question comes up about settling down and having kids, I sort of see it as irrelevant. I'm just trying to make sure I have the rent, one month at a time.


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Same here

Mar 22, 2019 at 6:30pm

You’re not alone. I’m going to be 34 six months from now and even though I’m saving up,
I’m still taking one day at a time. Take each day as it comes and don’t worry about rushing to start a family. It’ll come naturally. I guess love and marriage comes when you stop looking so much. That’s just my two cents. Keep your chin up and enjoy life while it lasts.

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Mar 23, 2019 at 6:38am

The OP has made my morning! Finally someone with common sense!
I also don't have a lot of money. But there is no way I'm falling into the debt trap. Because that is exactly what it is a TRAP, To make sure you can never have the freedom to do what you like. With large debts and family, no one gets to live the lifestyle they want.

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It's called...

Mar 23, 2019 at 12:42pm

... financial genocide. Don't worry, tho, Canada can always bring in immigrants to replace the population that is now breeding at below-replacement levels. What are you, some kind of racist who thinks the Government should have policies that help you reproduce instead of replacing you and the kids you would have had under a decent Government with immigrants?

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Older Wiser

Mar 23, 2019 at 12:54pm

Sorry friends - it's not going to come naturally. If you don't want to wake up at 50 - alone, and still broke - make a plan! Set some goals! But yeah...trying to stay out of debt should be one of them...

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