There’s an official week (Sept. 17-23) to celebrate – whether you call it single, divorced, widowed or not married yet, you’re among the fastest growing demographic in the world.
For some, divorce is an inevitable evil and who “wins” often depends on who has the best divorce attorney.
Does your church stereotype its single members? Take this humorous point-based test to score your church on how it treats people who aren’t married.
Single mom advocate Kerri Zane tells what happened when she needed medical care after her health insurance changed because of the Affordable Care Act.
More single women are making a decision to convert to Judaism and not because of a man, it’s because they feel an affinity for the religion and want to belong.
Being Single – Despite the changes in our culture, with more single people than ever, how we perceive being single still overshadows the reality of who we really are.
Yuliana Avalos says one of the Internet’s biggest matchmaking websites used her photos without her permission to create bogus profiles.
Keith Kantor, author of What Matters and chairman of a congressional panel on lowering health care costs, talks about how Obamacare may impact single people.