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Single Vs. Marriage. What Do You Think?

“Statistics show that single people buy houses every single day with zero trouble. And in fact, more and more people are choosing to stay single these days. Census data shows that in 2021, 50.4 percent of adults lived with a spouse. That number is down from 55.8 percent in 2001, and 52.4 percent in 2011.”

The desire of wanting to be single:

Besides being unhappy in your current relationship, one of the major benefits of being single is having the space in your life to spend quality time with friends,” says Roxy Zarrabi, Psy. D., a clinical psychologist. And being single actually increases social connections, according to a study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. Jun 10, 2019

Good friends are just as important as close family. That’s why it is better being single and happy, as opposed to just having someone for companionship and be miserable. (Hell, If you’re looking for just companionship….get a dog!)

Is being single really better?

Being single has a handful of benefits, scientific research has found. Studies suggest that single people tend to have stronger social networks and develop more than individuals. They even tend to be physically fitter. Feb 9, 2018

Why would a girl want to stay single?

Single women who love being single don’t need a man to have a fulfilled life. They have other things in life to keep them happy. Traveling, going out with friends, flirting with random people, chasing a successful career is what excites them more than being in a relationship. Mar 22, 2021

Who is happier married or single?

Indeed, married people are happier than unmarried people: across nearly five decades of surveys, data from the GSS shows that 36% of people who have ever been married (including divorced, separated, and widowed people) say they are “very happy” while just 11% are “not too happy,” compared to 22% and 15% for people who …Feb 7, 2022

What’s the best part of being single?

Why Is It Better To Be Single? -These single ladies feel that it's the best life ever.

Scroll down to check out all the reasons that will prove singledom is awesome. (Speaking as a single, I love this list):

  • No Fights, No Drama..(Being single, this is a good one).
  • Build Better Self-Esteem. …
  • No Pressure Of Dressing Up. …
  • Spend Your Time The Way You Want..(For sure! Don’t have to answer to anyone!)
  • No Expectations. …
  • Travel Whenever You Want..(A great feeling as long as your ‘bucks are right’).
  • More Time To Know Yourself Better. …
  • Total Control Of Your Money..(The best of all on the list.)

Is it OK to not get married?

It’s OK to let people know you don’t want to get married. People will always have their opinions, but you can rest assured that your feelings are valid and that you are not obligated to work on anyone else’s timeline or definition of commitment. Aug 1, 2020

What the Bible says about singles?

The Bible says, Singleness Is a Gift from God

According to 1 Corinthians 7:7-9, singleness is a gift: I wish that all were as I myself am. But each has his own gift from God, one of one kind and one of another. To the unmarried and the widows I say that it is good for them to remain single, as I am. Dec 13, 2019

Is life easier with a partner?

There’s less stress, less depression, of course, you’re happier! There are even scientific studies that show married people being happier and living longer than their unmarried peers.

 Is it normal to not want a life partner?

Why Is It Better To Be Single? - Couple complicating the thought is it better to stay together or split?

This is completely normal and even healthy. If you don’t feel like you need or want a partner, you are justified in that decision. You may be in a place where you are focused on your career, or you are focusing on bettering yourself. If you are happy, then stay single for as long as you want.

Is it better to be single as a woman?

A number of studies report that single women tend to be healthier and less depressed, living longer than married women. Single women generally experience fewer stresses and compromises than married women. Dec 12, 2019

Why men don’t want to get married?

The quickest and most precise answer I have for you is: THEY WANT TO AVOID DIVORCE AND ITS FINANCIAL RISKS:

Divorce rates are sky-high: 45% of marriages end in divorce, and women initiate 80% of them. Men are not marrying because, for many men, the rewards for getting married are far less than they used to be, while the cost and dangers of it are far higher. Oct 29, 2021

What makes a girl smart?

Smart women have plans and goals, and they’ll accomplish them no matter what anyone says. She’s clever enough to know that to achieve anything, she has to be motivated to do so. And her drive speaks to her intelligence. Apr 12, 2020

Is being single better than a relationship?

It is true that being single is better than being in a bad relationship or a bad marriage. It is demonstrably true — research shows that. Actually, research shows more than that. Being single is even better than being in a romantic relationship that isn’t particularly bad. But it all boils down to searches. How singles look for love is a total individual thing!

Is being single a choice?

Single people are often branded with tired stereotypes portraying them as unlucky in love, unhappy, and lonely. But for many women, being single is actually a conscious choice. One that makes them feel fulfilled, successful and even, dare we say, happy. Mar 13, 2021

Are unmarried men happy?

New research suggests single individuals are, in general, satisfied with both single hood and life. People with lower single hood satisfaction are more likely to be men, older, more educated, or in worse health. Jan 25, 2022

Are people happier without kids?

A study from Princeton University and Stony Brook University found that parents and non parents have similar levels of life satisfaction, but parents experienced both more daily joy and more daily stress than non parents. “Life without children is simply much more stable,” Glass says. Mar 16, 2021

In Conclusion:

Everyone looks for something that brings happiness in our lives. Regardless, if it’s buying a new car, a new home or a new woman or man in your relationship; we all search and want something that puts a smile on our faces.

Maybe it is a new relationship you feel that’s missing. Nevertheless, only you can fulfill the void in your life, that would eventually make you smile from ear-to-ear.

 

 

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  1. I respectfully disagree with the premise of this article. While being single has its advantages, it’s not necessarily “better” than being in a committed relationship. One could also have freedom and independence in a relationship, if you feel restricted in your relationship, you should reevaluate the relationship. Being in a loving relationship can bring immense joy and fulfillment, as well as provide emotional and social support. Additionally, the idea that being single automatically equates to being happy and fulfilled is a myth, humans were not designed not to have someone special that they care for, and that cares for them. Many single people struggle with loneliness and may long for the companionship and intimacy that comes with being in a relationship. I appreciate your perspective on the benefits of being single, but I think it’s important to acknowledge that there are also benefits to being in a healthy relationship. 

    1. Thank you Christna for commenting. I truly respect your opinion. What it all boils down to is that it’s an individual thing, in regards to weighing one type of a living situation against the other. 

      Some people just can’t live their life alone, and feel more happier, loving and secured with a mate/partner. (This may or may not last, but I know the ‘honeymoon’ doesn’t last forever). Who knows? Maybe one or the other gets a ‘roaming eye’ and start thinking; “the grass is greener on the other side.”

      If the man or woman starts harboring those inner feelings with the desire to roam, then who’s to stop them from taking action on those feelings? You’d think why they get themselves involved in a serious relationship, which may lead to marriage, if they knew they were not ready in the first place? (You’re just in love with the idea of ‘being in love’).

      Then comes the single folks! They enjoy their freedom, coming and going when they please, traveling, controlling their own money and don’t have to answer to NO One! They wouldn’t have it any other way!!

       

  2. This insightful post delves into the various aspects of being single and highlights its benefits to one’s life. It’s important to remember that every individual’s journey is unique, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to happiness. The emphasis on personal growth, self-esteem, and maintaining strong social connections is valuable for anyone, regardless of their relationship status. Keep up the great work in exploring and discussing these critical topics, as they offer practical perspectives for men and women alike.

    1. Thank you Amyas, for checking in. I definitely agree that a serious loving relationship is Not a one-size-fits-all situation for most couples. I’ve always stated that everyone’s different. As a couple trying to make a go of it, they both must be on the same page. Being happy is what you want. One person can’t look at the other everyday, if the relationship’s gone sour.  

  3. Great reminder that being single can be a wonderful opportunity for growth and self-discovery!

    I really liked the point you made about not settling for less than what we deserve in a relationship. Overall, your article provided a refreshing perspective on being single and offered valuable insights for those who may be struggling with the idea of being alone. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this topic.

    1. Yes my friend. I guess on a personal level I was thrust into the single life after my wife died in 2015. So after I made the move to California from Chicago, I find the single life not too bad. Thanks for commenting.

  4. From someone who is currently single, I can appreciate the benefits of what that feels like. Not everyone is going to be in a relationship, so it’s not uncommon.

    Of course, there are pros and cons to each side. But in my opinion, I feel that staying single can help when you have a lot going on your life.

    I like the quote on how life can be more stable by remaining single. That may not ring a bell for a lot of people, but it does for me on a bigger note.

    So what would you say to people who have been recently divorced? Would you suggest they remain single, or try to find another partner in their life?

    Otherwise, this read was a thoughtful and provocative article. I enjoyed reading it while getting a different perspective on this topic.

    1. Eric, I clearly understand many men and women, won’t agree to what’s written here. But that’s ok (A good controversial article is what’s needed to be discussed over lunch.) lol. To answer your question regarding divorced folks, I say get your mind right and adjust to your ‘New single life!’ 

      Don’t linger over what could’ve or should’ve been. Or start blaming each other (Eric, I have articles on the subject of divorce too). Check out What is dating like after divorce?

      I say enjoy your new single life! Don’t rush into anything! If it was meant to be, someone will come along that you’ll get a good feeling about; still ‘take your time.’

      I find some people just can’t function without a spouse, they enjoy being married or living with someone (Regardless of how unhappy the other person may or may not be). Some aren’t really in love, they just like the idea of being in love! Do that make sense? 

       

  5. I can honestly say that I was single for a very long time.  I avoided relationships like the plague.  I never felt that I could commit to one person, so what was the point?

    Then as I got older I found myself in a relationship and when that relationship ended I vowed never again to get into one because the heartache was too much.  THENNN, I found myself 4 years later after having worked on myself and what I liked and didn’t like in a relationship, in another relationship.  The point is I learned from these relationships to help me grow as a person as well as an individual, because it is easy to lose yourself sometimes in a relationship.  

    Overall though, I do think singledom does have its key points, however, truly finding someone that you connect with on a level that you haven’t connected with anyone beforehand is truly special.  

    1. Hi Jenny, it’s sad to hear that you had to go through a few relationships before eventually, stepping back to find yourself. Sometimes it takes looking at the ‘Big Picture” before you start to focus on your next life’s move. I agree past relationships do help you grow in life. 

      Jenny, continue with your single life. If it was meant to be regarding that special someone coming into your life, it’ll happen. Only God knows.

  6. I love this website for its honesty and unique point of view.  I always tell my single friends that you have to be happy within yourself to be happy with a partner and you don’t NEED a partner.  I was very happy when I was single.  I did what I wanted when I wanted.  Unfortunately it was hard to keep up with bills.  This site brings forward an interesting subject.  Very much appreciated.

    1. Thank you Dierdre for checking in. Everyone has a choice to make in life regarding if they want to eventually settle down and ‘take the plunge’ or continue to stay ‘buck wild and out of control.’ Being happy in life is what’s ‘key,’ and I feel if a person is the happiest being single, then it’s nobody’s business but theirs.

  7. Thank you Ronald for the heartfelt article on why it is better to be single, I can tell this is a topic that is near and dear to your heart!

    Good friends are important for everyone to have, of course if we are not single then one of those good friends would be your significant other but you are definitely prone to have fewer friends around when you share every aspect of your life with one specific person.

    The data you provide though seems to show conclusively that married people are more happy than single folks. So, can we really say it is better to be single?

    1. I focused more on life of singles, but also didn’t rule out those who rather have a spouse. Really Joseph, it all depends on the person. Some love to be permanently cemented in the matrimony of marriage. Coming home to that same old face. Same old shit! In bed, stirring that same old ‘pot of stew.’ (They wouldn’t have it any other way.)    

      While others love the freedom of having no one to answer to, coming and going as please, controlling their own money, Traveling, etc;  

      I was thrust into the single life once again since my wife died almost 8 yrs ago. I figured if I haven’t remarried after all this time…To Hell With It. lol.

  8. This is an interesting article! As someone who is happily married, I can attest to the many benefits that come with having a strong, healthy partnership. It’s wonderful to have a constant source of support, love, and companionship, and to be able to navigate life’s ups and downs with someone by your side. Of course, every relationship is unique, and being single can also have its advantages, but for me personally, there’s nothing better than a fulfilling marriage. Thanks for sharing such an insightful and positive perspective on the joys of partnership!

    1. Thank you CrisnaE, for checking in with me. Like you stated, every relationship is different and unique. Choices can only be made and respected by the people making them, and seek no one else opinion, advice or permission (Especially if you’re grown and not some young person in love, but still living at home.) lol

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