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If you believe what you see on TV, everybody should be with another person all of the time, and being single is somehow a sign of inadequacy or a broken personality. In the real world, however, being on your own is neither a curse nor the result of a person being unable to maintain a healthy relationship. Many people choose to be temporarily single for a variety of valid reasons and live their lives more freely and happily as a result.

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