Being single is wrong. I write in an effort to change both your reaction to that sentence and mine. Really I would love to read that source. Women who are single and over a certain age become very self-focused. Right now, I am in a happy relationship with myself. First, you have to meet the right man, then get pregnant, etc. Regardless of your looks or weightthe problem is numerical!
When Swiss and German researchers analyzed married and non-married individuals, they found that, while paired-up people were more likely to eat better, they also had higher BMIs than their single counterparts, with a difference equivalent to about 4.
10 things you only know... if you're a single woman in midlife
Kate Holmquist. Well said. The same thing applies to men. When sociologist Eric Klinenberg wrote a book—called Going Solo —about the lives of single individuals, one of the things he uncovered was that those who are flying solo are more likely than those who are married to volunteer with organizations that give back. By being single, you can think more clearly and rationally in order to make important life decisions. The only thing that can stop you: