It seems the only pressure I feel about being single is when I meet my married or to be married friends or those in a relationship. Arguably, financially I am starting to feel it doesn't make much sense, as I am always the friend or aunty who buys the engagement, wedding, birth, birthday gifts and countless cards (it's a big thing here in the UK) which is amounting to a pretty little sum (did the math - you all owe me big time!!
Now it's out, funny how it remains as relevant as I am single.
If you want to know more about an Algerian girl who lives in London and struggles with thoughts that are beyond the remits of her understanding, stories of society and social climbers of love and deception and of a status of seemingly eternal singlehood, then you are in the right place... You choose London, The America of Europe, land of opportunities and diversity, you feel free and powerful, capable and you can take on the world, so you embark on your studies, work or whatever it is you came here for, you travel, go dancing, dinning, you live your life, make friends and enjoy the City and what it has to offer.
Living among 11 biggest country in the globe truly means that there are vast ranges of people that reside in this part of North Africa where Algeria can be found.
The land was ruled by French during 18 but it’s now known as an independent country.
The pressure is mounting, it's palpable and frankly annoying, tired of the comments as snide as condescending like there's something wrong with you that you can't find someone to love you, with all your friends getting hitched around you and the growing a sense of self achievement and elevation that allows them to suddenly claim the moral high ground and the ability to dish out their newly acquired wisdom (presumably the wisdom descends on you when you place a diamond or diamond-like ring on your index finger), they become the self-appointed gurus you should be looking to for guidance and ways to get a man to slip that much sought after Diamond ring on your finger (my long life dream!! Not mine though..will never find a card saying "Congratulations on remaining single" and unless it's a birthday (if your friends actually deign to turn up to your birthday party), nobody seems very concerned about celebrating you or your life, 'cos everyone has got a one of those...a birthday!
and remaining single simply isn't condoned by the patriarchy so you are effectively a dissident!Even though Algeria is known as a poor country that is now free, its western standards offer a lot to its people such as letting them enjoy the benefits of learning through colleges and universities in the land, being hospitalized with the right facilities and others.Algeria is known to be a mountainous country and it is just near the Sahara desert. Do you know that Algerian escorts in London are currently making names in London which is something new to them since they didn’t grow in a modernized world?The assortment of the country cannot be found more than the visibility of Algerian escorts that are currently based in London.The girls are currently gaining reputation that they truly deserve because of their distinct features and beauty that other ladies from other countries just don’t have.It seems from my long analysis and 30 years of being Algerian, that Algerian men do not like challenges, they like the easy life, easy gain, the cultural norms and hypocrisy go hand in hand and has been indoctrinated in them since the appearance of their very first chest hair…we cannot change that, so the solution I have been advised, for us Algerian Ladies who want to be with a fellow Algerian man is to lower your standards, do not judge and accept whatever comes your way because you go over 30 and you’ve basically missed the boat and you’ll end up an old spinster, I resent this and refuse to lower my standards, I will be judgmental to my future husband or boyfriend’s manners and education and way of thinking and will not accept less than I deserve.