I was invited to blog at Psych Central in 2011 and I have been writing the “Single at Heart” blog there ever since. I recently learned that Psych Central has been sold to Healthline, and Healthline has decided to kill all the blogs. Sometime after October 2020, everything I’ve written there will be taken offline. That’s about 1,000 posts.
In the meantime, I wanted to mention where you can find my writings going forward. Studying and writing about single people is my life’s work, so I do a lot of it. If you want to follow just one thing, it should probably be my Living Single blog at Psychology Today. I have been writing it since 2008, when Psych Today invited their first handful of bloggers.
Over the 9 years of writing my “Single at Heart” blog, I have invited many people to write guest posts. It was wonderful to be able to share so many different voices and perspectives. If you were one of the guest bloggers, take a look at the section at the end of this post for suggestions about keeping your blog posts online.
Where to Find My Writings
My Living Single blog at Psychology Today
My writings at Medium
My monthly column for Unmarried Equality
Sometimes I write for other places such as the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Atlantic, CNN, and MSNBC. You can find those writings on this page. Going forward, I will add new ones there, too.
I also organize my writings into collections of articles, by topic. You can find those collections here.
The project I am most excited about is the new book I am working on now, about people who are Single at Heart. It will be a while until I have finished the writing and get it published, but I will share updates when something noteworthy happens.
Links to all my books are here.
MY TEDx talk
Where to Find Me on Social Media
Special Note to People Who Wrote Guest Posts for “Single at Heart”
To everyone who wrote guests posts for my “Single at Heart” blog, thank you so much for your contributions! I don’t want your work to disappear. Please feel free to republish it anywhere you like. If there is no obvious choice, one possibility to consider is Medium. As I understand it, anyone can set up an account for free and blog there, and you can blog as often or as seldom as you like.
If you do republish your posts at Medium or anywhere else, please send me the links and I will post them somewhere on this “All Things Single (and More)” blog. I have already linked to many of your posts in these collections of articles about single life, organized by topic. If you have new links to send me, I’ll replace the old ones.
I am so sorry this is happening. I loved writing for Psych Central and I did not see it coming that the site would be sold and all the blogs would be discontinued.