So you’re single on Valentine’s Day. My first thought is: so what? These days people live so long everyone is guaranteed to find themselves without a partner on February 14 sooner or later. Being single really is no big deal. Seriously. Read More »from These Are Not The Top 5 Reasons You’re Single on Valentine’s Day
But as I’ve said before, sooner or later most people just want to be in a happy relationship. Not because they’re anti-feminist or needy or anything. But because, hey, that’s what people do! They get born, grow up, pair off, and give birth –though maybe not always in that order. As a result, eventually a single lady starts asking herself why she’s still single. And this is where I, as a quote-unquote relationship expert (and by expert, I mean Person Who Has Examined Her Own Failures Enough To Know What To Stop Doing, Immediately) –enter the picture.
Women ask me all the time -- on Facebook, on Twitter, or in the shoe department at Macy’s – why they’re still single when they don’t want to be. And though there are many possible answers for why this is,