Who didn’t get married yet and afraid of what people may say about her.
Marriage is Rizq from Allah and He will surely grant it to when He wills it and not when you want it.
Not having a husband is not a defect. The real defect is that a woman doesn’t preserve her purity and chastity.
Be patient and be sure that Allah will reward you greatly for your patience at the end this Dunya is not about men or getting married but about submitting your will peacefully to Allaah and accept what ever He decrees for you.
But every woman should understand that the purpose of life is to be a true slave of Allaah in both the specific and general senses. If she has the opportunity to establish a Muslim household, then the women will be worshiping Allaah by getting married and raising children, and raising for us the generation that we want. But if that does not happen, then the ways of worshiping Allaah in general are many, foremost among which is calling people to Allaah. So she should focus on women who have deviated from the path of Allaah and take them as her daughters and guide them to the straight path of Allaah.
“The one who calls people to guidance will have a reward equal to theirs, without it detracting from their reward in the slightest.”
So regard the Muslim community as your home, and be like a beacon of guidance, truth, justice and knowledge, and let us advise one another to adhere to truth and patience.
“Surely, Allaah wastes not the reward of the Muhsinoon [those who do good]” [al-Tawbah 9:120].
Ibn ‘Uthaymin: If the woman does not marry in this life, Allah will marry her off in paradise to the one she finds delight in. (Arkan-ul-Islam, p. 116)