I'm not one to think negatively like this but sometimes these kind of thoughts pop into my head and makes me think "What if my life never turns out how I want it to be?". I don't know what I'd do in those situations. I don't have a plan B.
Most Helpful Guy
Those are doubts and they are lies. It happens, but gotta get a grip on it and let it go. I'm 2x your age and not married/no kids. For long time I didn't want to be, now I want that when I can find it. Best thing you can do is be content with what you have, but want what you want and have your goals you are targeting. That means you have values and you line up your life to those values!
Whatever you do, don't "steer using the rear view mirror". Stay focused on your objectives, keep your self esteem and values high. The higher value you are the better person you are going to attract.
You are too young to worry like that.
Most Helpful Girl
Sweetly life usually won't turn out the way you think. Mine hasn't! It doesn't mean that you won't be happy in the future! It just means that you have to roll with the punches! Most people don't have a plan B, it's just one path!
You just have to find joy where you can! It is easy for people to focus on the bad things in life these days and forget or not notice the good!
Right now I am 17 and I am in congenital heart failure and I need a transplant... I have looked back on life and I have begun to notice the things I haven't before... I was never without food, I always had someone I could turn to for support, I've never been assaulted, my parents aren't divorced, etc.
My advice to you is to focus on the good things you have now and appreciate that. The future will worry about itself!1