sad-black-man*There’s a lot to be said for being single. You don’t have to be held accountable to a partner looking at his/her watch when you come home…asking where you’ve been.

You don’t have to “put out” unless you feel like it. Of course you’d have to have a friend…with benefits…for this :)

And you get to do what you want, when you want, with whomever you want!

Oh yes, as Ree, “The (Ree)lationship Guide” points out: Being single allows you a great opportunity to fall in love with yourself.

And then there are those people who have spent more years of their life loving and taking care of others, so when they’re finally able to be alone, they immerse themselves in “single-hood” and get caught up on all of the  years they’ve missed loving and taking care of themselves.

But for those of you who have recently gotten out of a relationship and don’t want to be lonely while you’re alone, here are three ways to prevent loneliness:

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