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Bella Mackie’s advice on finding love after 30 is something every single woman needs to read

“Your 20s are a time of experimentation, you should have fun with it and don’t waste it.”

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“I like to show women who exist in solitude but do not suffer.”

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The actor celebrated with Courteney Cox, Jason Bateman and her ex-husband Justin Theroux. But the online reaction has been deeply disappointing.

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Do you really have commitment phobia, or are you just better off single?

Newsflash: it’s OK to not want a relationship.

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Can you marry yourself? Sophie Tanner did, and this is why

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Forget spinsterhood: this viral Twitter thread has redefined what it means to be unmarried in a boringly patriarchal society.

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Single, secure and satisfied: the new science of being alone

A growing group of women are choosing to fly solo

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This is why you’re single, according to research

Male researchers think they know why British women are single. They couldn’t be more wrong.

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Kylie Minogue on why she called off her wedding to Joshua Sasse

“I went through all the motions of ‘This is what people do’”

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