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Bella, I've been have more than a little fun successfully debating people on the Internet who feel marriage is best. The most common phrase used by these folks is "married people are healthier and happier". I've used links your site to dispel the myths. However, just posting a link to your site might be, to them, like posting a link to any site as anyone can say anything on the Internet. The value of "Living Single" is the sources. There is nothing I like more than citing a competent study published in a respectable journal to pound my point into the ground and appropriately humiliating someone. Would you be so kind as to put your sources in dispelling these happy, healthy, living longer, more money, less stress, more friends, better teeth, nicer smiles, myths in an easy to cut and paste format?
The recent study of why men stay single is massively flawed.
Of the three kinds of happy people, one is single, and another could be.
What we still don’t know about romantic relationships after 74,000 publications.
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