How to Be Single and Happy: Science-Based Strategies for Keeping Your Sanity While Looking for a Soul Mate

How to Be Single and Happy: Science-Based Strategies for Keeping Your Sanity While Looking for a Soul Mate

Single, less stressed, and free If you're tired of swiping through dating apps, ghosting, and hearing well-meaning questions about why you're still single, it's hard not to feel "less-than" because you haven't found your soul mate. Until now. How to Be Single and Happy is an empowering, compassionate guide to stop overanalyzing romantic encounters, get over regrets or guilt a Single, less stressed, and free If you're tired of swiping through dating apps, ghosting, and hearing well...

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Title:How to Be Single and Happy: Science-Based Strategies for Keeping Your Sanity While Looking for a Soul Mate
Author:Jenny Taitz
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:0143130994
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:272 pages pages

How to Be Single and Happy: Science-Based Strategies for Keeping Your Sanity While Looking for a Soul Mate Reviews

  • Elizabeth
    Apr 22, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

  • Christie
    Feb 12, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Kelly
    Feb 05, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Leahy Robert
    Jan 12, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

  • Rebecca
    Mar 13, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

  • Caitlin Trepp
    Jun 01, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

  • Maria
    Feb 10, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

  • Alicia
    Feb 11, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Felicia
    Mar 28, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Brittany
    Apr 24, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Amber
    May 06, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

  • LaToya
    Mar 23, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

  • Michelle
    Feb 19, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

  • Tjut Rosliana
    Mar 31, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

  • L
    May 06, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Rose Lang
    Jun 14, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Christine Boyer
    Jan 26, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Khairunisa Simpson
    Mar 12, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Gina
    Apr 20, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Gina Sainten
    Apr 10, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Brittney Coleman
    Mar 03, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • MaryEllen
    Apr 20, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

  • Anne
    Jun 03, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

  • Jen
    Apr 25, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Lindsay
    May 09, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Sophia Hanson
    May 02, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

  • Anne
    May 21, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Mary Potter
    Feb 03, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Tara Roussel
    Mar 19, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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  • Shacy Greaves
    Apr 29, 2018

    This book is not just for single people. Anyone that wants to practice mindfulness or just live well should read this book. It also has the wonderful bonus of suggesting other books for more depth. ...

    Anyone who knows me well knows I tend to scoff at self help books. I often find them fruity?if well intentioned. I took a chance on this book in a moment of lonely desperation and I am very glad I did. How to be Single and Happy is a comprehensive guide to finding and maintaining ...

    This book should be given to every woman upon high school graduation. Like the author, I also forged ahead with a career with the goal of always being able to support myself. But I also wanted love and marriage and had it for 21 years...until I didn't. I especially like how Taitz incor...

    I had heard of mindfulness before, but this book was my first real introduction to it. A lot of it is basic stuff that seems obvious once you stop to think about it (like, figuring out what you value, and then living according to those values; or realizing that your unexamined thoughts...

    I found this book difficult to read at times because I often had to put it down because it was depressing. I did like some of the research elements such as the tendency of people to overestimate how much marriage will elevate their mood. However the statistics and anecdotes of people b...

    3.5 stars. This is a good book for anyone looking to be happier in life and more comfortable with themself. Yes, the author presents most of this for the perspective of a single female who wants to be in a relationship, but isn?t. However, anyone of any gender or relationship status ...

    The title reminds me of those ?how to have a bikini body memes:? Have a body. Wear a bikini. But happiness is a little more complex than that (maybe), and this is a really good guide to navigating uncertainties in life mindfully? specifically in the context of being single and...

    This book offers a wealth of wisdom, not just for singles, but for anyone in the pursuit of inner peace and lasting joy. I was a psychology major in college but returned most of what I learnt to my professors after entering the corporate workforce, and I'm glad to have found this book ...

    Guess what, being single isn't painful, being invalidated by those "well meaning" people is. I don't find a lot of new things in this book as I have been practicing the exercises (mindfulness, following your values, etc) without knowing some are scientific in a way, but it feels gr...

    More of a 3.5 because the first chapter kept referencing later chapters which made it annoying. Contains good therapy-based exercises/concepts to apply during difficult periods in life to help yourself live better. ...

    An outstanding guide for single people filled with powerful techniques that you can use now. Written with elan and sophistication by an accomplished and experienced therapist. A MUST READ! ...

    The author really mirrored the way you may feel and gave great examples of others and how they utilized different techniques to be more independent and less anxious about doing so. ...

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