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.
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 in Holland
- “Single at heart”: Is it Quirkyalone’s naughty cousin?
- “Single at heart” readers, take a look at this!
- Writing a script for “single at heart”
- 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
- Recognizing your single-at-heart inclinations: Does greater maturity help?
- I’m better off single. You might be, too.
- Coming out as single-at-heart: Guest post by Psyngle
- Stop saying that being single is better than being in a bad relationship
- Does your God love you if you are single at heart?
- Single at heart: Is it hard-wired?
- How to become your true self
- Living the single-at-heart life like you never could before
- John Keats was single at heart and expressed it beautifully
- Fear not: The advantages of people unafraid to be single
Here are results from the first 1200 participants in the Single at Heart survey: