Being single is closer to being lonely and needing sympathy rather than independent and appreciative
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single: 'single' is often used to refer to someone who is not involved in any type of serious romantic relationship, including long-term dating, engagement, marriage, or someone who is 'single by choice'
Con says that single makes you feel independent and can be appreciating of needing sympathy. But this has the same flaw that he pointed out in my argument. I
With my studies, it is apparent, and unrefuted, that people are more sad than not (especially compared to those with partners). As such, it seems that they are lonelier than they are appreciative.
This does not imply that independence is a feeling, it implies that you are surviving without the help of a partner
ah... however, independence can be a state of emotion in addition to being.