This week, September 16 – September 22, 2012, is National Singles Week (or, Unmarried and Single Americans Week). In keeping with my previous tradition, I thought I’d share the top Living Single posts since National Singles Week of last year.

10. Revenge of the single ladies!

9. Is cohabitation bad for you? Answers from a 6-year study

8. More teen sex at home and fewer pregnancies: Here’s where it happens

7. Living alone is a sign of success – for the individual and for society

6. What does it mean to be single at heart?

5. Hooking up smart – and nasty!

4. The best of single life: Lessons from more than a decade of study and a lifetime of experience

3. What you miss by doing what everyone else does

2. The last ‘why are you single’ list you will ever need

1. Undateable: Guest post by Elliott Lewis

Occasionally, I write off-topic posts, usually about the psychology of deceiving and detecting deceit. The most popular of those posts in the past year was:

Big-time liars: Top 7 lies they tell themselves

For other posts on National Singles Week, 2012, check out my last post as well as these two:

A 7-year profile of people who are single

The 102 million singles march

Also new this year: the Single with Attitude website, with feeds from dozens of enlightened singles bloggers. I have requests piling up from others asking to be part of the website, so when I find some time to catch up, there may be some new bloggers in the future.

Happy Singles Week!

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