Top Ten Reasons to Stay SingleStaying single, or getting married. It's a choice some people make, but this list is of reasons to stay single.
The Top Ten
Men love to argue too. Women aren't the only problem in relationships.
Approximately 40-50 percent of first marriages and 60 percent of second marriages end in divorce. And divorce is complicated.
Getting married is easy, getting divorced is a pain. And it's estimated that approximately 40-50 percent of first marriages and 60 of first marriages end in divorce. Why bother with marriage when there's a high chance that it won't last anyway?
Funnily enough there's an easily solution to this and that is not cheating. - ParasN2000
But if it were to happen, you'd have to deal with the consequences of it. - AriFan101
This is one of the best reasons to stay single. As you devote more time to your partner/spouse, you'll be spending less and less time with friends. Friendship is also an important relationship and hanging out with your pals is always fun.
I'd rather have my good friends than a tough relationship. - Userguy44
If someone robs your house, as much couldn't be stolen, knowing you live on your own. - AriFan101
When you're single, you never have to worry about a partner/spouse always getting angry, jealous and insecure every time you talk to the opposite sex. This is one of the biggest benefits of singularity.
When you're married or in a relationship, disagreements and fights are on another level. And sometimes these arguments are so stressful that they actually cause us more damage than we think. Being single reduces this stress.
Relationships and marriages come as go all the time. You'll probably go through multiple partners throughout your life.
You don't have to change your disgusting habits or deal with someone else's.
You can come and go as you please, and there's no partner that always has to know where you're going, what you're doing, who you're spending time with, what time you're coming home, etc. And you don't have any jealousy or suspicion to deal with either.
You already have your own nagging parents to deal with. Why take on someone else's?
You can have everything all to yourself. Bed, food, etc.
Single men and women are more likely to find work than married couples.
Marriage can be isolating. When you're married you can no longer go out and do whatever you please. Your husband/wife is your family and social norms dictate that family comes first. You are allowed some friends and free time, but only when it's convenient.
Your life is all about you. You can selfishly indulge in whatever activities you want. Your resources and efforts are invested in you. Being single does not mean solitude or emptiness. You can find friendship, community and political solidarity. In fact, with no man/woman in your life, there can be so much more of these things.
You'll never have to worry about a partner/spouse cheating on you or leaving you for someone else. No relationship means no heart break.
Not saying you should sleep around but if you do, it won't be cheating because you're not in any committed relationship with someone.
Some people end up marrying someone who is abusive, mean, possessive and jealous. That person may even keep a close eye on them even if they're the one sleeping around and cheating. Why be stuck in an abusive relationship/marriage when you can be free and happy?
Many people sense strains in their friendships after they get married. People tend to lose at least one close friend after getting married, as a husband/wife fills that role. When someone spends every waking hour with their spouse, that can lead to neglecting the other people in their life.
Many married couples make the mistake of turning their spouse into a "sex and everything partner". They look to them for all sources of contentment such as companionship, intimacy, caring, friendship, advice, the sharing of tasks and finances of household and family, and just about everything else. This creates an unrealistic "cultural fantasy" that ultimately results in disappointment and unhappiness.