Home Alone On New Year’s Eve – The New Majority: Über Singledom Arrives

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This New Year’s Eve an unprecedented number of single men and women will not be part of a married couple. For the first time, over 84 million adults represent the majority status of adults in America: single, not married. According to Phyllis Chase, M.A., M.F.T., founder of The Road to Über Singledom, a program designed to support women over 30 in celebrating their single status, not mourning it. “It’s time to throw out the old stereotypes,” says Chase.

This New Year’s Eve an unprecedented number of single men and women will not be part of a married couple. For the first time, over 84 million adults represent the majority status of adults in America: single, not married. According to Phyllis Chase, M.A., M.F.T., founder of The Road to Über Singledom, a program designed to support women over 30 in celebrating their single status, not mourning it. “It’s time to throw out the old stereotypes,” says Chase.

“In terms of being a single in America, the media speaks about the Ghosts of New Years Past like it’s relevant today. There are no longer “Old Maids” or “Confirmed Bachelors”. It’s okay for George Clooney or Teri Hatcher to be happy and single. Our lives and culture are no longer representative of our parents. Many women will remain single for much longer than ever before. It’s time that everyone, not just single women are okay with today’s reality,” continues Chase.

Speaking from example, Phyllis broke off an engagement on her 40th birthday and chose to experience life embracing being single. The irony of her journey was an unexpected marriage at age 44. Chase wants to support other women on this odyssey to self and she calls it The Road to Ubër Singledom. A practicing Los Angeles psychotherapist and co-host of Shrink Rap, a radio talk show that deals with psychological issues on LA radio’s KCSN 88.5 fm every Tuesday night from 6:30 to 7 pm, Phyllis Chase speaks to the heart of women:

“Being happy is a state of mind; not because of your relationship status. There are tools that can help us get there quicker, and that’s what I want to share with women,” states Chase.

To begin the process of embracing your single status for the New Year, Phyllis has created a Home Alone activity, good for any night of the year. To download your free copy, please visit, http://www.ubersingledom.com

On January 15, 2005, Chase will be hosting an Über Singledom event at the Beverly Hills Country Club entitled, Flying Solo: Creating A New Flight Plan For Life As a Single Woman. Tickets are available for $75, which includes a Champagne Brunch, and reservations are requested. To make a reservation please call 310.402.8888 or visit http://www.ubersingledom.com to register online.

Phyllis Chase is available for interviews and speaking engagements about the issues surrounding single women in America today and The Road to Über Singledom. Please contact her Los Angeles representative, Maureen O’Crean at 310.379.9620 to schedule an interview.

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