I like being single.
After nearly 20 years of being in a relationship with one person, it’s nice to have some me time.
I don’t quite understand how people can end a serious, committed relationship and jump right into another one.
Since my divorce, I’ve taken the time to process what happened to my marriage and what I truly want in my life.
People tend to equate being single with being lonely. But there’s a big difference between being lonely and being alone.
I am surrounded by love. A lot of love.
I’ve gone on plenty of dates. Some have been quite lovely actually. I’m not looking for a husband though.
I joke that dating and hanging out with my married friends remind me of why I enjoy being single.
I may have uttered the words “I don’t have to answer to anyone” in delight a few times.
I guess it was fitting that HuffPost Divorce asked me to weigh in on why being single is “pure, unadulterated bliss.”
I may have contributed more than one reason. 😉