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How people enjoy single lives, defy marriage pressure, and live happily ever after in today’s world.
Elyakim Kislev Ph.D.
Recent studies show that singles have more and better friendships, while married people often leave their friends behind. This phenomenon has serious consequences.
Studies show that marriage has a surprisingly small impact on long term happiness.
Defining what happiness means is the first step to being happy.
As Valentines’ Day approaches, the pressure mounts for many singles. However, today's singles use these 5 strategies to deal with the social and familial pressure they tackle
While many share their lives with another person, some people follow a different path, turning loneliness into solitude.
We do not pay enough attention to those among us who are more vulnerable and are filtered out of the marriage institution.
As we approach Valentine’s Day and Singles Awareness Day, we should discuss the question of whether having a spouse is really as beneficial as it is considered to be.
Unmarried individuals in today's world sometimes feel better being alone, returning to their individual-tailored eating habits, and listening to their body needs more carefully.
Elyakim Kislev, Ph.D., is a faculty member at the Hebrew University and the author of Happy Singlehood: The Rising Acceptance and Celebration of Solo Living.