Ever have the feeling that sometimes single people, particularly single women, get a little too much pleasure from the pain of being single?
Who hasn’t noticed that some men, no matter what they look like, have no problem walking up to the most beautiful woman in the room to ask her to dance?
Grown-ups are supposed to know the difference between make believe and reality – but when it comes to sex and love on Facebook, the lines get blurry sometimes.
How we structure our domestic lives has blossomed from a few options to many, but whether single or coupled, sharing a home is a challenge.
It was supposed to be funny, but when people continue to reinforce stereotypes and invent even worse ones, how the world views singles will never change.
I’ve found that keeping all my options open, all the time, doesn’t give me the same sense of freedom as making commitments and sticking with them.
Living Single – Research shows that single people are a growing demographic with active social and community ties – yet social and institutional bias against them lingers.
Single in Los Angeles – One day at a time, one item at a time, I’m getting rid of the clutter and creating space in my home, my head and my life.