How “You Never Know”s Hurt Single Women

At some point in the next 500 words, you might ask yourself if I know what I’m talking about. First of all, that kind of illustrates my point, and second, I’ve been single for ten years. If that isn’t the equivalent of a masters degree in this particular topic, I shudder to think what would be.

In ten years I’ve heard the phrase “you never know” from well-intentioned friends and family more…

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Author of A Single Revolution, available on Amazon. Host of A Single Serving Podcast. shanisilver[at]gmail

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Shani Silver

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Author of A Single Revolution, available on Amazon. Host of A Single Serving Podcast. shanisilver[at]gmail

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