Being a single  40-year old Christian heterosexual woman in the 21st century 

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Single 40-year old heterosexual woman desiring marriage now in 2015, is no easy fit.
It used to be bad enough competing with those in their 20s,30s, divorcees and widows, but now I’m having to compete with transgender men and women. How ridiculous! God help me!
For years and presently, I’ve been preparing myself for marriage. Reading books, attending conferences, seminars and meetings about marriages and relationships. I enjoy them and learnt a lot, but I’m no expert, hope to practice what I have learnt so far.

As a single practising christian woman far from perfect that has never been married and don’t have a child/children.I ask “What does a woman like me have to do to catch a break and be found by my ‘King charming’?” (Yes! I said King because I myself I’m a Queen). A man that is kind, in love with God, healthy, in soundness of mind…

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Being a single  40-year old Christian heterosexual woman in the 21st century 

Single 40-year old heterosexual woman desiring marriage now in 2015, is no easy fit.
It used to be bad enough competing with those in their 20s,30s, divorcees and widows, but now I’m having to compete with transgender men and women. How ridiculous! God help me!
For years and presently, I’ve been preparing myself for marriage. Reading books, attending conferences, seminars and meetings about marriages and relationships. I enjoy them and learnt a lot, but I’m no expert, hope to practice what I have learnt so far.

As a single practising christian woman far from perfect that has never been married and don’t have a child/children. I ask “What does a woman like me have to do to catch a break and be found by my ‘King charming’?” (Yes! I said King because I myself I’m a Queen). A man that is kind, in love with God, healthy, in soundness of mind, wealthy, respectful, honest, faithful, loyal, honest,caring, generous provider, wants children,  hardworking but not a workaholic and takes pride in his appearance and great hygiene. Am I asking for too much? I should add, I’m open to any race.
It has really been very challenging for me, having never been in a proper real relationship and yes …at 40.

I must be honest and say it does kinda bugs me when I see people that have been married before with children getting married for the second, third and even fourth time, and I haven’t even been married once. Don’t get me wrong, I only want to be married once and by the grace of God, till death do us part, but you get my point. I am very happy for them and wish them well but I also, like them and many others, want my ‘happily ever after’.
Here comes transgender men, now competing with us for men that are getting more scarce partly because of them; they say they were born in the wrong bodies, and are now becoming women, so if they all start to transgender, then who will be left for us to marry?

Personally, I want a man that God created male, not a woman that decided that she was born in the “wrong body” and spend a fortune to became male.
I know my soulmate is out there for me. I am ready for him to find me. Enough is enough! Come out my king charming wherever you are, let’s kick off the next phase of our lives together with the King of kings and Lord of lords, Yeshua Hamashiach aka Jesus Christ being in the centre and control of our relationship and every area of our lives.