"To do this, we must accept His timing for marriage, no matter what the clock says," Relevant's report read. "Sometimes that means rewriting our life planner; other times, it means scrapping it altogether."
Inviting family and friends over, attending gatherings and sight-seeing keep singles busy and positive too, Cheyenne Bostock wrote for The Huffington Post. The whole positivity part proves crucial and helps in making decisions in December to possibly improve relationships next year.
"Are we more alone during the holidays than any other time of the year? While some of us aren't close, geographically or emotionally, to our parents, siblings and relatives, others are," the Post's report read. "Many of us have friends and a tribe of assorted love ones who feel more like family than our family of origin. But what is it about the holidays that make us feel particularly vulnerable to messages that seem to indicate that we're 'less than' because we don't have a romantic partner?"
WalletHub ranked the 150 most populated U.S. cities in 25 metrics to see which offer the best opportunities for singles this holiday season. From finances to chances for dating and fun, the criteria found Salt Lake City is the No. 1 spot.
Yonkers, New York, came in last, the report indicated.
WalletHub's article read it doesn't "guarantee you'll find your soul mate," but living in the top cities for singles shows they're "much closer to happier ever after" than they think.