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According to science, it’s okay to be alone

The stigma attached to being alone seems to be easing up a bit. Being single doesn’t mean what it used to.

A shift in social and economic standards has effectively mugged courtship of its exigence. Without the prod of outmoded traditions and the fear of instability, people are suddenly free to decide to shack up if and only if they meet someone they genuinely want to spend their time with for the rest of their life or the next hour.

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