Sick of Being Single / Sick and Tired of Being Single Alone Unmarried
My main reason for making this post? Apparently there are a lot of people out there doing a search on the web for pages that contain the phrase “I’m so sick and tired of being single,” or something like it. So here’s a thread for you folks!
On this blog, I discuss singleness a lot – as a semi-former Christian (I’m not sure if I’m sticking with the faith or not), so in particular, I discuss how singleness is viewed by Christians, though I do occasionally post material about singleness from secular sources, or stereotypes secular culture has about singles.
You can go through lots of old posts on this blog if this is the first post of mine you’re reading, and please definitely check out (Link): my “About” page.
Even though I have a background as a Christian and am right wing, if you happen to be liberal, an atheist, or what have you, you’re welcome to post about your experiences about being single, as long as you’re respectful towards me (see the (Link): Policy on Dissent post).
I’m at a point (I’m in my early 40s now, was engaged once, but never married), where I’m at peace with being single, with occasional days or periods where I’m sad or frustrated by it. I guess I’ve gotten so used to being single that it doesn’t bother me too much as it did in my mid 30s, or not as much, or not as often.
Here are a few older posts from my blog (click the “continue reading” or “read more” link to see the links to those older posts):
(Link): Cultural Discrimination Against Childless and Childfree Women – and link to an editorial by a Childless Woman
(Link): Why Do We Feel So Lonely (via USA Today)
(Link): Stop Telling Your Single Friends to Try Dating Sites – Please.
(Link): If the Family Is Central, Christ Isn’t
(Link): Family Shortchanges Singles (letter to Dear Abby)
(Link): 10 Things Never to Say to a Single Girl (article)
(Link): Mormons and Christians Make Family, Marriage, Having Children Into Idols
(Link): No, Christians and Churches Do Not Idolize Virginity and Sexual Purity
(Link): Five Things Single Women Hate to Hear
(Link): Why Online Dating Doesn’t Work
(Link): Singleness and Scripture – responding to Christian myths about singleness
(Link): Atlantic: “The case for abandoning the myth that ‘women aren’t visual.’”
(Link): Article by J. Watts: The Scandal of Singleness – singles / never married christian
(Link): Mother’s Day Ain’t A Happy Holiday For Some
(Link): Women Are Visual And Like Hot Looking Men (Part 1) Joseph in Genesis Was A Stud Muffin
(Link): Responding to the Christian Cliche’ ‘Jesus Is All You Need’ given to singles
(Link): Motherhood Does Not Necessarily Make Women More Mature, Selfless, Responsible, Or Spiritual
(Link): Fifteen Things You Shouldn’t Say or Do To Your Single Friends
(Link): Post by Sarah Bessey Re: Churches Ignore Never Married Older and/or Childless Christian Women, Discriminate Against Them
(Link): Church Postcards That Would Keep Me Away From Church (Re Marriage and Family Vs Singles and Childless / Childfree )
(Link): Conservative Christian Sexist Immature Imbecilic Pressure on Women to Look Pretty and Skinny and to Put Out Sexually
(Link): People Who Find Themselves Single Again – Death of a Spouse – Widow Widower
(Link): Lonely People’s Brains Work Differently
(Link): Why Lonely People Stay Lonely
(Link): The Biggest Threat To Middle-Aged Men: Loneliness
(Link): When You Are Lonely In Your Marriage by K. Parsons
(Link): Asking Too Much Of Marriage – Married People are Lonely
(Link): Married Woman Says She’s Lonely Because Her Husband Works All The Time
(Link): When You’re Married and Lonely by J. Slattery
(Link): Settling Vs Being Lonely (letter to advice columnist)
(Link): Why is it So Hard For Women to Make New Friends? by G. Kovanis
(Link): Women Who Dump Women Friends As Soon As They Get A Spouse or Boyfriend (Letter to Advice Columnist)
(Link): Dear Abby: Teen Gets a Boyfriend, Snubs Her Old Pal
(Link): Do Married Couples Slight Their Family Members as Well as Their Friends? / “Greedy Marriages”
If you use the blog’s navigation off to the right, or some of the tags with this post, you can look up a lot more posts on the blog.