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Are You Sure You Want A Relationship?

Science says you don’t.

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My mom will turn 55 soon, and she’s single.

My dad divorced her when she was 25. Then she had another short-lived marriage that ended before she’d turned 30 and had a few long term relationships after that, but never moved in with any of those guys.




The goal is that you’re happy: relationship or no relationship.

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Maya Sayvanova

Maya Sayvanova

Smart about love. 35, married, two kids. Full time writer.

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