An article in the Atlantic claims that marriage is needed to civilize men. Well, if being civilized means you ignore your friends, I want to be a barbarian.
Getting married used to be the inevitable next step to adulthood. But that’s no longer the case as people find the freedom live the life that suits them best.
A fiery free spirit who enjoys the single life might not be your thing, but you can be happy if you’re not coupled, with these helpful ideas.
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.
Living in a world where couples rule could make singles more resilient than those who depend on a spouse.
The Atlantic magazine goes to the Aspen Ideas Festival and asks “the experts” to comment on a question we find insulting: “Can single people be happy?”
Thinking of moving in together? If you have kids from a previous relationship, there’s more than just two hearts to think about.
Singles expert Bella DePaulo reviews Spinster the must-read book that explores what it’s like to enjoy being single while also wanting to be coupled.