The last thing you want to do on a bad date is stick around, sitting there for hours in a sea of awkwardness. But how do you get out of a bad date without hurting someone's feelings?
If you've gotten used to doing everything with a significant other, proving to yourself that you can do things alone — and enjoy them just as much — is a great way to start moving on from the relationship.
It is possible to get through this holiday season without feeling like you're totally inundated with pressure to be in a couple, insensitive questions, or just a lot of reminders of your ex.
For some people, it comes naturally, but even if being single is hard for you at first, there can most definitely come a time when you realize how OK you are with it.
A lot of people really value being in a relationship. But like anything, it's about balance, and while prioritizing a relationship is totally cool, you can put too much importance on it.
No matter how independent you want to be, or are, we can all struggle with being alone sometimes.
We can pinpoint one thing that we want and don't have, then we assume if we get it that will be then life will be good. We'll finally be happy. But life is so much more complicated than that.
Although single's guides and women's magazines like to make us all feel like lost spinsters with the odds stacked against us, I say BS.
A lot of single women— more than half— have have had multiple orgasms. Which I think is freaking amazing.
We search for "The One", we hope for "The One", we go out of our way to find "The One". But implicit in all of this is a sense that we need to look, that we need to make ourselves ready, that we are the …