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.
Don’t let anyone talk you out of being the person you really are, and that includes your choice to be single.
Having a plan to maintain our financial independence while creating interdependent relationships is key to a successful solo retirement.
Negative ideas about what it means to be single and other annoyances abound in a world that still can’t acknowledge that we singles are the emerging majority.
There are two types: those who can’t be happy unless they’re coupled, and those who treasure their single life and a living space they call their very own.
Study shows that people are more likely to feel anger toward singles who say they want to stay single as opposed to those who say they want to be partnered.
People seem to think they know a lot about you if you’re single, but how much of that is based on accurate perception and how much is just cultural prejudice?
When you settle for an unhappy relationship, to avoid being single, you cheat yourself and your partner out of having the relationship you both used to dream about.