single at heart articlesOf all of the posts I wrote during 2012, the following 10 were the most popular ones, judging by the number of page views:

10. Do married people neglect their friends because they are so busy with their kids?

9. Are singles discriminated against? Let me count the ways

8. Rolling Stone’s top 10 songs for living on your own [Note that these are the magazine’s picks and not my own]

7. Getting married: Clues that it may be wrong for you

6. What’s really difficult about turning 30: It is harder to make friends

5. Alone: What is it good for?

4. 10 supposedly quirky behaviors of people who live alone

3. Are these 8 lifestyle changes better than drugs or therapy?

2. Living alone: 12 things you didn’t know

1. 5 biggest regrets of people who are dying

One caveat: The posts published earlier in the year had more time to attract page views, so the more recent posts did not really have a fair chance.

This will not be my last post of 2012, but I want to take this opportunity, a bit early, to thank all of the readers of “Single at Heart.” I hope you are enjoying the holiday season.

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DePaulo, B. (2012). Top 10 Single-at-Heart Posts for 2012. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 21, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/single-at-heart/2012/12/top-10-single-at-heart-posts-for-2012/

 

 

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