Guys, if you think that all girls want to be in a relationship – you are wrong! In fact, studies have found that women are the happiest when they are single.
Many men nowadays objectify women and treat them with less or no respect than in the past. Sleeping around is something that has become a normal thing, and leaving the relationship without any explanations is also something that many men are accustomed to doing.
Their sense of masculinity has made them believe that girls are looking to find a soulmate and they need a relationship to feel protected in happy. But, they are wrong.
A report found that a 61% of women in Britain are happier when they are single as opposed to 49% of men. 32% of women aged between 45 and 60 were reported to be happier being single versus 19% of men who were happy being single.
Moreover, the report found that 75% of women are not even looking for a relationship.
“There’s evidence that women spend longer on domestic tasks than men and I think they also do more emotional work — so they still do more housework and cooking and things as well as more emotional labour,” said professor Emily Grundy from the University of Essex for The Telegraph.
“Women tend to be better at having alternative social networks and other confidantes, whereas men tend to rely quite heavily on their wives for that and have fewer other social ties,” she said.
There are many reasons that explain why women are happier when they are single. One might be that they are free from the commitment and the effort that is needed to be put into a relationship.
Other reason could be all the money they are saving while flying solo. In fact, one Canadian study discovered that the average cost of one relationship that leads to marriage is about $66,444 – this money was spent on paying for dates, presents, vacations etc.
So, next time when you feel lonely remember all those 75% of women out there who are happily enjoying their single life!
CHEERS TO THE SINGLE LIFE, LADIES!
Mary Wright is a professional writer with more than 10 years of incessant practice. Her topics of interest gravitate around the fields of the human mind and the interpersonal relationships of people.If you have a general question or comment please fill out the form and we will get back to you as soon as possible https://curiousmindmagazine.com/contact-us/ .