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.
Funny how you can wake up one day and realize how much you enjoy being single despite people telling you it just isn’t so.