hWhat if I told you the key to enjoying your dating life was to enjoy your single life? Research has shown that among singles, the more a person desires a partner, the lower their happiness is. So, logically, the inverse must be true, right? That if you don’t desire a partner as much, you’ll be happier? And happy people do tend to be more attractive to others, so if you still are looking to date or couple up, yet enjoy your single life, that’s more likely to happen for you.
This course will teach you how to really enjoy your singlehood, which will make you attractive to others, not just romantically, but also on platonic and professional levels. And by that point, you may not even care about coupling up. That’s where true happiness lies. Also, here's a secret: being single is awesome; some of the happiest people I know have been single all their lives and have never coupled up.
This course differs from all the other Singlehood courses in that the end goal is not necessarily to help you partner up or get married. But the strategies taught here could actually help you become more likely to attract a partner who shares the same values you do. There will be reading and writing involved (sorry folks, I’m an English professor; I can’t help myself!).
Learning Outcomes: -You’ll understand how singlism and matrimania work in your daily life. -You’ll learn strategies for how to counter singlism and matrimania. -You’ll practice and develop life skills that are helpful in enjoying singlehood. -You’ll learn about language you can use to embrace singlehood (and language to avoid). -You’ll learn about how to advocate for your own singlehood and others’ singlehood. -You’ll learn how to date in a way that’s congruent with your values.
Below are the modules to guide you through the process. If you have any questions or run into any problems, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.