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If you’re constantly in a relationship, how are you supposed to know how you’d function on your own?
Single time is basically downtime to catch your breath and realize who you are as both a person and a member of society. According to a Gallup poll from earlier this year, 64 percent of Millennials were single in 2014.
You're human, so it’s only natural that you might crave human contact in the form of getting laid at some point.
Being single means lots of time to pursue other endeavors, especially ones for which you have a deep passion.
You may appreciate a man who doesn't spend his money recklessly and manages it in a responsible way.
And, when you're single, looking, and not finding anyone you're clicking with, it can be extremely frustrating. This isn’t to suggest that being in a relationship is a trap, but it does mean you have to check in with your partner on certain things, share responsibilities, financial and otherwise, and you’re simply committed to not just them, but the relationship itself.
There is a psychology to the way you choose to manage your finances, which stems from your "inner voice," states psychologist Bret Moore in his article "The Psychology of Finances" for Psychology Today.