Our divorce taught us there’s a big difference between romantic fantasy and the reality of a lifelong partnership – and staying single is sometimes better.
Enough already with all the debate about single, not single and relationship status. Can’t we do what works best in our situation and get on with life?
There’s a big difference between the fantasy of the “ideal man” and the reality of the right man — along with the right to be with no man at all.
Every family should have one — the aunt — the unmarried sister with no kids of her own who keeps the clan connected and close.
“Gloria, In Her Own Words,” a documentary about one of our nation’s best-known advocates for gender equality, taught me what it really means to be a feminist.
As a teenager, Cosmopolitan was my favorite magazine, my guidebook to womanly secrets. Here’s what I learned when I looked at a recent issue.
Too many single women spend too much time putting themselves down just because they’re … well … single!
Applause for those single people who have learned how to attend parties, dinners, travel adventures, even weddings without the need to bring a plus one.