I enjoy being single because I don't have to answer to anyone. I also like the independancy. I don't like the possesiveness. So in a nutshell I'm free to do what I want when I want. I can also talk to whomever I want without getting question from some insecure man.
I don't like to be single. That's why I got married. Being single is ok in happy times. But when you are in trouble you need someone to share your feelings.
no i do not believe in being single. marriage is a wonderful relationship . and the life is quite enriched by experiences with this.
by dashingscorpio 12 months ago
What does being single mean to you?Traditionally being single defined one's (marital) status. Anyone who is not married is legally considered (single) or available to get married. However most of us now place (dating couples) on the same pedestal as married couples. Therefore today we say single...
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
I love my son, sometimes I don't like who he seems to have become. Am I the only one? He's loud, bossy and unfriendly, someone I would never consider being friends with.I'm hoping this is only a stage, that he will outgrow it. Anyone?
by Stacie L 2 weeks ago
Bride Marries Herself. Should More Singles Throw Solo Weddings?By Piper Weiss, Shine Staff | Love + Sex – Fri, Mar 16, 2012 4:22 PM EDThttp://shine.yahoo.com/love-sex/bride-m … 00537.htmlHere comes the single bride. Last week, Nadine Schweigert married herself in a symbolic wedding...
by Madame Penn 5 years ago
If you had a choice, to be married and happy or single and happy, what would you choose?
by Sheila Varga Szabo 6 years ago
This time of year is difficult for most everyone, especially singles, and "oh joy, I just had my heart broken, too!" What are some ways to avoid feeling lonely during the holiday season? Especially when it seems like everyone is going in couples to stores all around?
by rdsparrowriter 5 years ago
Being single, is it a blessing or a curse? To enjoy life , do you need to get married? How to enjoy singleness?
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