>>29047308>Im not sure. I don't know what to do really there doesn't seem to be a right answer in life
Well yeah, you have to come to your own conclusion. What works for others doesn't necessarily mean it will work for you. It sounds cliche but you need to sit down and seriously think about what you want out of life.>I'm afraid of not having a family simply when I'm older and my parents pass. On the other hand I'm afraid that same family will take me away from a future where I'm happier with freedom, same goes for having a partner.
I think it's really good that you've recognized you have a decision to make here OP, rather than just heading down the path most frequently recommended by society. You're right in that you have to select between freedom and family. You seem to be an inbetweener, so I'll try to sum up the pros and cons (I guess):
Bachelor:>no drama, no stress>flexible, can do any job you want (or don't work), move>don't need anyone's permission for anything>costs a lot less>no risk of divorce>a lot more time to spend doing what you want
Family:>children>family (ofc)>and everything that comes with that
I'm a lifelong bachelor kind of guy, never been interested in having kids or a family so I'm a bit biased here. Though to your point about feeling lonely: it can be abated, and possibly filled by friends.
Also, having a family is irreversible, you can't go back and decide you don't want one
Ultimately you're going to need to think long and hard about what you value more.