Because of the prominent mention of people who are single-at-heart in the New York Times, I have been getting more inquiries than usual about what it means to be single-at-heart. Research on the concept is just beginning. Below are links to what I have written so far, and what I have learned from the first 1,200 people who took the single-at-heart survey.

The logo, by the way, is from my “Single at Heart” blog at Psych Central. I write just as often about single-at-heart topics at my “Living Single” blog at Psych Today.

Here are some previous posts about “Single at Heart” (other than the survey results):

To the single-at-heart

Are you single at heart?

Single by choice and single at heart: Is there a difference?

“Single at heart”: Is it Quirkyalone’s naughty cousin?

I’m better off single. You might be, too. 

“Single at heart” readers, take a look at this!

Recognizing your single-at-heart inclinations: Does greater maturity help?

Single at heart: Is it hard-wired?

Committing to single life: Is there a time when you just know?

Some suggestive evidence for the resilience of people who choose to be single

Writing a script for “single at heart”

Single-at-heart in Holland

Single at heart in New Zealand – she is, her husband isn’t

Are these successful entrepreneurs single at heart?

Travel ways of the single-at-heart

How to become your true self

Living the single-at-heart life like you never could before

Is she or isn’t she? Who is single at heart and why does it matter?

Why I’m single, then and now: Guest post by Joan DelFattore

A woman after her own heart: Guest post by Edie Jarolim

Coming out as single-at-heart: Guest post by Psyngle

The ‘single-at-heart”: Beacons of innovation in a blandly married world?

Stop saying that being single is better than being in a bad relationship

Does your God love you if you are single at heart?

John Keats was single at heart and expressed it beautifully

Is Whoopi Goldberg “single-at-heart”?

Fear not: The advantages of people unafraid to be single

 

Here are results from the first 1200 participants in the Single at Heart survey:

Results of the single at heart survey, Part 1

What does it mean to be single at heart?

Odes to solitude in the words of people who are single at heart

People who are NOT single at heart describe their fears and joys

Single at heart: the missing pieces

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