Balancing Act: Single, Lonely vs. Married, Overworked

I didn't start thinking about marriage -- at least seriously -- until my late 20s. Yes, I always had Cosby aspirations (husband, kids and brownstone = happiness), but all that bliss costs big bucks, right? As a brown girl from a very working class family, I knew education would be my only way up the ladder. Today, like many women, I have the degrees, the car, the home... and I'm single... Here's what you had to say: Tara commented via Facebook: "I've been married and I've been single. The grass is never greener on either side." Tanisha wrote via Facebook: I enjoy being married. I am not overworked, but I do have a lot on my plate."


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