People seem to think they know a lot about you if you’re single, but how much of that is based on accurate perception and how much is just cultural prejudice?
Single people are in relationships — with their families, friends, co-workers and themselves — and each type of relationship needs special care and attention.
Instead of slowing down, I plan to speed up. There’s so much left to do and no time like the present to dig into life and make those dreams a reality.
Is L.A. the flake capital of the world and are singles in Los Angeles the flakiest flakes of all?
Many of us are busy looking for the perfect man, perfect woman, the perfect relationship. Maybe perfect love has been there all along — we just didn’t see it.
Frenemies look and even act like friends, but as soon as you think it’s safe enough to get close, you experience the painful truth.
Instead of trying to avoid calling ourselves single, what if we embraced it and worked together to achieve the same rights enjoyed by those who are married?
Why do without the benefits of marriage when you can make an alliance with a trusted friend and immediately have all the perks that legal marriage provides?