Staying Single

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Klay Coyle
Mrs. Leschyna
HHS4M
June 15, 2010
Staying Single
Life has many tough decisions. One of the most important is whether to stay single or to be in a relationship. Life is hard enough without a relationship complicating things even more. Single people’s lives are improved in many different ways compared to married people. When you are single your financial situation improves, you gain more freedom, and you have many more career choices.

These days the cost of living has gone up. When you have a family to support it gets harder to pay for all the needs, let alone the wants. Children can also complicate matters. The emotional and financial strain of having a relationship may lead to divorces, poverty, and depression, in some cases. When you are single, life can be a lot less complicated. Sure you have to pay for everything yourself, but you also have less to pay for. You gain a freedom that people who have relationships do not get to experience. When you’re single you are not restrained by any commitments that would otherwise cause you to be overwhelmed by responsibilities that most people are not even ready for. It is always better to stay single longer than to get into any long term relationships too early. The single life is becoming more and more attractive for anyone from the age of 20 to 50. As the cost of living grows, the idea that you do not have to pay for anyone but yourself is exciting. If you do not have to take care of a family you can live how you want. When you are single you have a certain freedom that is much more attractive than married life. Single people can go partying when they want. They can spend their hard earned money on anything they want. Any vacation you can go on becomes much more personal and relaxing when you don’t have to worry about your family. Many more opportunities for educational advancement are opened up for singles. They only have to worry about their financial...
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