Latest survey: single life is also happy!
According to a survey conducted by Harris Interactive, singles find their single life happy, they think they are more willing to try new experiences, and are in better health than married people.
The results of the survey were released mainly to celebrate “National Singles Week” from September 16 to September 22.
Surveys show that 88% of singles believe they are happier or at least as happy as married couples (or cohabiting couples) of the same age.
In addition, 51% of singles say they are more willing to try new experiences, and 33% think they are at least the same as married people of the same age in this regard.
In addition, the survey found that 78% of singles believe that they are healthier or similar to married people (or cohabiting couples); 81% of singles believe that they are as successful as some married people around them, Even more successful than them; a 61% increase in singles said they were more indulgent in themselves than married people.
71% of singles believe that their financial situation is more stable, or at least as stable, as the proportion of married people around them.
Commenting on the findings, Plano said, “The survey shows that singles find their lives better than married people.
“” Single people see life more as an ‘adventure’.
Plano is a psychotherapist and author of “Drawing Portraits of Him: How Smart Women See Men”.