Over the recent past, many young and middle aged adults in Singapore have opted to remain single. This is because many of them are focusing on enhancing their education and careers. Others find it hard to start families due to the high financial costs of doing so. There are several financial benefits that come with being single. Here are some you would be surprised to know.
Unlike other isms that are more widely recognized, singlism (the stereotyping, stigmatizing, and discrimination against single people) is not on most people’s radar. What’s more, if they do hear about it, they often deny it or minimize it or lash out at the people who point to it. What’s going on? Here are some of the blog posts I’ve written about this. The book, Singlism: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How to Stop It, is relevant, too.
Divorce is one experience that brings a mixture of feelings for an individual who is going through it. It may bring a positive result for some but for most, it has a negative impact. Anger, frustration, anxiety, misunderstanding, miscommunication, and pain are a few of the major negative energies that can steer a marriage into divorce. Couples end up realizing that a separation from each other is the only solution that can end the constant disagreements between them. (To get rid of stress, and ease your mind, you might want to start running, so check out some tips and tricks here.)
For many single people, home is where their heart is. Here’s what we know about single people buying homes, getting discriminated against in the housing market, and finding and creating interesting ways of living.