I have always wanted a family, and really wanted to meet that special someone to spend my life with--but it has not happened at this point. I really wanted children of my own as well. Now, I am 45 years old and never married--and I am wondering if it is too late? After all, if I met someone tomorrow, we got married within a year, and then had a child right away, at BEST I would be 47 with a newborn. Is that really fair to the child? Is it a good idea to have children where teenagers would have a parent in his 60s?
At this point, I have pretty much given up looking, and have resigned myself to the fact that I might never meet that person.
Is it wrong to give up and just stop looking?
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