As women choose to marry later, or not at all, they're reshaping what it means to be married in the United States, Rebecca Traister argues in her new book, "All the Single Ladies." (Vintage Images / Getty) It is a challenge to exult in being a single woman of a certain age.While other people's marriages seem to come in multiples, and their grandchildren proliferate, our lives are different.The evidence includes a spate of books seeking not just to normalize but to applaud the condition of singleness.In "Singled Out" (2006), social psychologist Bella De Paulo coined the term "singlism" to denote the stigma and discrimination faced by single people, but also made the case for remaining single by choice.Unless otherwise indicated, all content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
Now I think the Palladium collection at Tiffany's is not only classic, but reasonably priced.
We have been divorced for 2 years and although it saddens me that my family has been broken apart, I am happy that my ex and I have have managed to be civil enough to make it okay for the kids.
Here is what I have found: For single men the options are plentiful. It seems that the breakdown of available women fall into the following categories: 1.
There is such a difference between what is available for men and woman.
What I find most interesting at this point is the whole dating scene.