A Singular magazine classic and a must-read for those living single. Yes, you really can have a fabulous single life, you really can be single and happy — even over the holidays.
If you’re divorced, widowed, or never-married, you’re right to worry about what might happen if you get sick – but probably not for the reasons you think.
Why is it so hard for so many people to believe it’s possible for single people to live full, complete and satisfied lives?
Author of “Screw the Fairytale: A Modern Girl’s Guide to Sex and Love” is on a quest to prove that romance doesn’t have to include marriage or living with a man.
The holiday season inspires our friends and family to gift us with advice on how to change our single status even if we’re single and happy.
There are more than 1,000 federal laws that benefit the legally married. That massive favoritism is especially evident when it comes to Social Security.
Bella DePaulo, Ph.D. was a featured speaker at a TEDx program in Belgium. The topic of her talk: “What No One Ever Told You About People Who Are Single.”
These days there are more single people than married, and despite what some might think, it’s been a good thing for our families, friends and communities.