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Single People

Dr Johnben Loy, US-Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

17-May-17 16:00

Single People

More than ever, people are choosing to remain single. This article postulates that single people are more likely to be involved in social activities, and self-sufficient singles are less likely to experience negative emotions. With Dr Johnben on his monthly show, we discuss singlehood, singletons, and society’s perception of the unattached.


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