Being single better than dating


Being single, much like a wrinkle-free neck and the illusion that nuclear war won’t happen in your lifetime, is something you often don’t appreciate enough until it’s gone.

You get to go to the bar you like every single time.In a pair of studies involving nearly 280,000 people, William Chopik, an assistant professor of psychology at Michigan State University, found that friendships become increasingly important as we age.In older people, friendships were a stronger predictor of both health and happiness than relationships with family members.One of the best parts about being single is how every single night out, every single trip to the grocery store, and every single vacation feels laden with hope. What are you doing at a bar other than paying more for alcohol?Are you really making an effort to meet new people (as friends!Put simply, "being single increases the social connections of both women and men," Sarkisian and Gerstel wrote in their paper.

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