Is being Single Better for Men and Women?
By Triveni Sharma: Marriage is one of the most beautiful phases of our life cycle, but then it is also one of the riskiest phases too. It’s primarily not at all undermining the dignity of Marriage, but making readers realize that one good or bad decision can affect you for whole of your life time.
It is the dream of almost every young man and woman to get married someday and when there appears to be a delay, worry, sadness and desperation takes over. This dream has taken over many young people including men and women to the extent that they turn blind to the beauty of being single.
These days, more and more men and women remain or prefer to be single in their late 20’s, 30’s & onwards. Single life is a time of freedom. Once a man or woman is married, their movement, association, desire, dressing and eating habits is checked.
Singles are not burdened like the married with marital responsibilities; therefore, they have more time to themselves in pursuing their own life goals and interest. There are many benefits of being single like if you are a single man or woman, you do not have those concerns.
You can pick up and go anywhere you want, anytime you want. Being single enables you to enjoy more free time with no obligations or anything that would require you to be with a certain person. With a free schedule, you are more able to do more than your counterpart. Many opportunities will open up soon as you open your door to new things, new experiences and new people.
Living single gives you the freedom to discover yourself, which in turn will help you decide what you want in a partner. This is also a great time to learn to trust. As a single, you can make Your Life anything you want. This is ultimately the biggest advantage to being a single man or woman. You have the unique opportunity to mold and shape your life and pursue your dreams.
Need of companion is a human nature. It is important to marry someone who truly understand and trust you. Always remember it is good to be single, than having an unsuccessful marriage.