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Singled out : how singles are sterotyped, stigmatized, and ignored, and still live happily ever after

Author: Bella M DePaulo
Publisher: New York : St Martin's Griffin, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st St. Martin's Griffin edView all editions and formats
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"Drawing from decades of scientific research and stacks of stories from the front lines of singlehood the author shows that just avout everything you have heard about the benefits of getting married and the perils of staying single are grossly exaggerated or just plain wrong."
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bella M DePaulo
ISBN: 0312340826 9780312340827
OCLC Number: 153577934
Notes: Originally published: 2006.
Description: 324 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Singlism: the twenty-first-century problem that has no name --
Science and the single person --
Myth #1: the wonder of couples --
Myth #2: single-minded --
Myth #3: the dark aura of singlehood --
Myth #4: it is all about you --
Myth #5: attention, single women --
Myth #6: attention, single men --
Myth #7: attention, single parents --
Myth #8: too bad you're incomplete --
Myth #9: poor soul --
Myth #10: family values --
It is perfectly understandable that you thought singles were miserable and lonely: here's why --
To be or not to be single: why does anyone care? --
The way we could be.
Responsibility: Bella DePaulo.

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"Drawing from decades of scientific research and stacks of stories from the front lines of singlehood the author shows that just avout everything you have heard about the benefits of getting married and the perils of staying single are grossly exaggerated or just plain wrong."

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