Ok, you are single, so what?
A lot of people see being single as a curse or a state that is totally unacceptable due to societal pressure, family pressure or standards they have set for themselves.
News Flash: Singlehood is not a death sentence.
The more people realise this and know that being without a partner is just a phase in life like any other phase, the better for them and their mental health.
Don?t put pressure on yourself because it seems like everyone around you is dating someone else. Singlehood is a period of reflection, self- appraisal and self-love.
Some people are single by choice while some are single due to circumstances. For the latter (which is not what the book is about but I feel like I should say something quickly about it), it would surprise you to know that despite the advent of social media and technology, a lot of people finding it difficult to meet and date. Relationships are a good thing but so is being single. Every state of commitment is valid in its own. Having someone to share your life and create memories is a good thing but so is going through life on your own with friends and family. Life is tough and companionship-romantic or otherwise makes the whole experience worthwhile.
The book ?Ok, I?m Single...And?? calls for you to love yourself. It cuts to the chase without all the flowery techniques that tell you that you are incomplete without a partner. It is practical, realistic and is direct without putting on any airs. It shows in clear terms how one can be content with their present status.
I hope you find this a pleasant read.