It’s subtle and often not even noticed, but even in The Simpsons, the single characters are the ones you wouldn’t want to be.
Single people are in relationships — with their families, friends, co-workers and themselves — and each type of relationship needs special care and attention.
There was a time when women went to college to get a “Mrs. Degree” but as gender equality moves toward reality, the rush to marry has begun to fade.
Academics are supposed to be open minded, explore unconventional ideas and question cultural norms – so why are they stuck on what it means to be single?
People make a big deal over wedding anniversaries as if the couple had achieved something astounding for staying married. I don’t get it.
There’s an assumption that older singles are lonely — but many seniors prefer peaceful solitude without interference from family and friends.
There’s a type of single person that defies the old stereotypes. They’re bold, strong, secure and enjoy a kind of freedom you don’t see in your coupled friends.
In this video, SingularCity member Ira Israel tells how a deadly car accident gave him a clearer understanding of his life and purpose.