This is my story of regret: https://email@example.com/im-a-strong-single-independent-woman-and-i-m-sad-e0098a2c468d
I didn't know I was born with high SMV and that it would decline with age. I didn't know that families were such crucial things that knit people together in life. I didn't know I'd grow up to want a man so badly it would hurt. I didn't know that all the success in the world wouldn't make me happy deep down.
I'm lucky, because I'm 28 and I still have time. But not much. And I'm kind of angry about how little I was ever told about relationships, SMV, and the less than rosy facts about male and female mating strategies.
What do you guys think of the piece? Does it ring true for you? And how do you think we could change things for the next generation of kids growing up?