Here’s my end-of-year round-up of the dozen “Single at Heart” posts that were read more often than any others in 2017. Many of them were not published in 2017. In fact, the #3 most popular post, about Anita Hill, was published my first year blogging here at Psych Central, 2011.

#12

Aging on your own: 5 things you may not know

#11

Love the music but not the lyrics? Guest post by Kristin Noreen (Kristin now has her own blog here at Psych Central, Our Hidden DisAbilities)

#10

Two of the profound rewards of staying single

#9

Every time you hear that getting married will make you happier, read this

#8

How can you tell which happy couples will end up divorced?

#7

Record number of Americans are single, and most unmarried Americans never have been married

#6

21 ways single people are taxed more than married people on tax day and every other day

#5

How living alone will transform men

#4

Record number of Americans will stay single for life

#3

Single, Anita Hill style: Long-term partner and separate homes

#2

Leaving home in 15 countries: How old are grown children when they leave and how far do they go?

#1

What are the personality characteristics of people who like to be alone? (The popularity of this post inspired me to put together a collection of my blog posts and other writings in Alone: The badass psychology of people who like being alone.)

Thanks to everyone who has checked in to read about single people this year, and happy holidays!