Being single is viewed in our society much like unemployment - some people consider it unfortunate, while for others it borders on being socially unacceptable.
Women are bombarded with advice of how to meet Mr Right, or understand him better, in the hopes that their sorry single state can be relieved.
This book is different. Doing Single Well aims to support, validate and encourage single women to stay true to themselves and their feelings.
It will address, from a psychological framework, the feelings of loneliness, rejection, lack of belonging, depression and anxiety that are often associated with being single and will offer practical exercises to achieve happiness and self-confidence, whatever their relationship status.