From time to time, I’m asked what it’s like to be single for so long (in other words, all my life). Despite the release of recent U.S. Census numbers that half of the adult U.S. population is single, it’s still a curious state to some. Being single, to some, is still “not normal”. Being happily single is even "curiouser" to lots of people. Being single is definitely not a utopia (what is?), but there’s a lot about it that’s really good. Singles don’t always talk about it, but we live it and we just know it. Here's a few examples:
▪ We tire of having to describe ourselves as happily single. It can seem silly and forced. Yet, if we don't, too often others wrongly assume the opposite.
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▪ We wish there was a really good "Rent-a-Guy" service, because sometimes we really
need one: an escort to yet another wedding or black-tie event, somebody to pick up the dead bug in the den, to hug after a hard day, to move heavy boxes, for a little nooky. The way a Rent-a-Guy would work is “stay awhile...then please go home.” Read more... http://eleanorewells.com/10-secrets-of-happily-single-women/