Just like birthdays, each passing year of single status, is a constant reminder of what you have still failed to accomplish. Sure, maybe you got a promotion. Or bought a new house. But if you still show up at the dinner table without a plus one, it always seems to feel much more monumental.
The holidays are a stressful time if you're single and you don't want to be. If you can't imagine another year of watching the ball drop from your couch with a pint of mint chocolate chip ice cream and your cat in your lap, stay tuned.
I'm not ready to be someone's plus one just yet; because I want -- no I need -- to become somebody first. And it's actually thrilling, you know. It's thrilling to get to know yourself because then you'll never settle for less.
Scrolling through my Facebook timeline the other day, I ran across a very interesting meme. Very straight-forward but quite piercing.
Who needs a significant other when you have good friends, good books and good wine?
A single woman should never settle. This applies to men, good wine, coffee, her salary, and anything else important to her.
We sat on the Upper East Side rooftop. I hated the words coming out of my mouth. I hated the way his eyes looked. They were so wide. And with the ligh...
I want women to know to just freeze their eggs if they want to. And for younger women, take a minute when you're in your 20's or 30's and just freeze them if you think having kids later in life is important to you. Because life happens - and sometimes things you think will line up, don't.
I hung out with a couple of people but there was no one serious in my life until I was 28. I met a guy who made me consider dating him exclusively. The problem was I was out practice and I was getting sicker, it seemed like, every month.
Moral of the story: Tinder is shallow. Just do the best with what you got. But not if what you got is a photo of you taking a Jello shot out of your ex's cleavage.
Hey, I'm so sorry. I totally get that you're in a private conversation, and I know we don't know each other and it's just coincidence we're in this small confined space together. But can I confess this funny feeling I'm having? It's about your friend - did you call him Steve?
Harvard Business School might not seem like a likely place to find dating advice, but a recently published working paper has good insights for anyone wishing to perform well under pressure.
There are over 100,000 children in the U.S. foster care system, ages 0-17, and once they turn 18 they are released into the world without a family and it's not fair. I want to spare at least one child from this cold fact.
By Mario P. Cloutier and Diane Sawaya Cloutier When is the prime time in life for falling in love? We put up a simple post on our Facebook page re...
If you're a bright, attractive and eligible single person, especially in your 20s, 30s or 40s, one of the most frequently asked questions you'll receive is, "How is possible that a fantastic person like you is still single."
So before you try to fall madly in love with the person in the mirror, Rinzler offers a more attainable suggestion: Try befriending yourself. We don't require our friends to gaze into our eyes and tell us how amazing and special we are, but we do expect them to listen to us when we need to vent about a bad day at work.