- The Case For Staying Single - MTP352 Scot McKay 44:59
Co-Host Peter McGraw (https://mountaintoppodcast.com/solo) Two episodes ago, we talked about how society is apparently keeping us single. This time, Dr. Peter McGraw returns to ask what’s necessarily wrong with that? Even though more than fifty percent of American adults are single, there’s still somehow a stigma associated with it. However, Peter isn’t only among that majority of single adults, he’s happily unhitched. And if you think about it, if the stereotype about us as men is how we go out of our way to avoid marriage, where’s the bad rap coming from? Well, prepare for some shocking news from Peter, because despite his own personal optimism, most singles even nowadays really do wish they were in a relationship. Or do they only think they wish they were in a relationship? How can we know the difference as pertaining to our own life? And if it’s true we happen to be in the relative minority who actually want to stay single, how do we go about living that dream the way Peter does? So, is marriage really a social relic of the past that we can’t seem to shake off as a culture? Or is it more like marriage came along relatively recently in human history as part of the evolutionary cycle of culture? As for single people themselves, they’re not all alike. Peter has identified at least four different kinds of singles, and he explains all. Along with that, isn’t there a big difference between lonely and bitter vs. happily free and playing the field for a season? And if you ARE going to be single–by choice or otherwise–what are some key, and perhaps unexpected ideas and strategies you’re going to have to keep in mind? Most of all, how do you live a remarkable life, whether married or single? Check out the latest Masterclass, get on my calendar to talk to me free for 25 minutes and much more at https://mountaintoppodcast.com
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