You don't have to answer to anyone. You can go where you want, when you want. You don't have ask someone else in order to spend money. You don't have to clean if you don't want to. You don't have to report back to anyone.
Freedom to do as you please without having to consider what a "significant other" thinks, wants, likes, or dislikes.
No disagreements/arguments or second guessing yourself. Everything is always where (you) left it! Peace of mind!
If you want to go to the movies and the theater is practically full you'll have no problem finding a (single) seat as opposed to finding two seats together.
When (you) eat (your family) is fed.
There is more time to focus on hobbies & interests, spend time with family and friends, or sit at home reading a book, watching old movies, or cleaning house while listening to music.
Whenever you're ready to go it's time to go!
No having to wait for anyone for any reason.
You don't have to deal with another person's moods. Drama free!
The benefits of being single are:
1. You don't worry about cooking food for two only for yourself.
2. No one to argue with but yourself.
3. You can do anything with your life.
4. You don't have to share anything.
5. You can go anywhere you like I mean travel anywhere
6. Time is all yours.
7. You become stronger and think more of yourself.
1. You are free to do what you think is right.
2. You can take your own decisions.
3. You can enjoy life the way you like, not to the likes of some one else.
4. You will become self-reliant.
5. You become stronger and more confident.
I would say, being single is better because you have the freedom to do anything you want, don't have to be bother of your partner's reactions, feelings or comments.
You have no one else to consider or ask permission from in terms of decision-making.
by dashingscorpio 10 months ago
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by schoolgirlforreal 5 years ago
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