A few weeks ago, when I learned that Psych Central was sold to Healthline, I published my thank-you note to my readers and to all the people who made Psych Central such a great site. Now that it is clear that Healthline is putting an end to all of the blogs, I wanted to let you know where you can find me and my writings going forward.
Studying and writing about single people is my life’s work, so I do a lot of it. If you want to follow just one thing, it should probably be my Living Single blog at Psychology Today. I have been writing it since 2008, when Psych Today invited their first handful of bloggers.
At my “Single at Heart” blog here at Psych Central, I have been writing about 2 posts a week for more than 9 years. That’s about 1,000 posts. Sometime after October, Healthline will be taking them all offline. I’m going to try to move some of them to Medium and to my personal blog and maybe some other places, but it will be a massive undertaking and I don’t know how long it will take.
Where to Find My Writings
My Living Single blog at Psychology Today
My writings at Medium
My monthly column for Unmarried Equality
Sometimes I write for other places such as the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Atlantic, CNN, and MSNBC. You can find those writings on this page. Going forward, I will add new ones there, too.
I also organize my writings into collections of articles, by topic. You can find those collections here.
The project I am most excited about is the new book I am working on now, about people who are Single at Heart. It will be a while until I have finished the writing and get it published, but I will share updates when something noteworthy happens.
Links to all my books are here.
MY TEDx talk
Where to Find Me on Social Media
Thank you again, “Single at Heart” readers! It has been a wonderful 9 years.