I've been single for about a year now and although I've been enjoying catching up on several years' worth of right-swiping, sometimes I miss the stability of being in a relationship.It's nice to have someone to talk to when you've had a rough day or someone other than a pet to cuddle with while you watch Netflix.
Without someone else's needs to consider, I focus more of my time and energy on treating myself, having more solo adventures, and working harder at school and at my job.
Did you know that science proves single people are often healthier and happier than those in committed relationships?
Plus, it is infinitely more fun to sing along to Beyoncé's "Single Ladies" at weddings when you can actually relate and it lets any other eligible singles know you're there to have a good time.
When you get into a relationship, your friend group slowly includes fewer single people and more couples.
I love his "tough love" - because sometimes it's hard to see how much power we actually have, and because so many "gurus" are afraid to say the truth about men and relationships.
If you've been frustrated and confused about why your relationships aren't working the way you want them to - this book will change your love life.Whenever I begin to doubt my own single-girl happiness, I remind myself that my worth isn't equated to my relationship status, and that being in a relationship won't necessarily make me a better person.In fact, the times in my life when I've learned the most have been when I was single.We women have been sold the lie for so long that we have no power in relationships - and Evan turns that lie around and gives you your power back.He not only gives you your power back, he shows you exactly how to use it - and what's even MORE important, how NOT to use it.Your relationship with yourself should be one of the most important relationships in your life and now is the perfect time to work on it.