A practical guide in defense, support, and admiration of the single woman. Notoriously single author Acamea Deadwiler believes that common inaccuracies regarding women, particularly those who are not married or in romantic relationships, have prevailed for far too long. These falsehoods are especially prevalent when assessing women in their 30s and beyond. Acamea's mission is to challenge this by addressing the Top 10 myths that she has seen referenced as general characteristics of single ladies. One by one, she obliterates each audacious assumption. Single, that does not mean whatever you think it means. It is not synonymous with lonely or desperate. Even if for extended periods, being single does not mean that you are broken or bitter or jealous. These are a few of the assumptions that Acamea puts to rest while empowering women to refuse being defined by whether or not they have a significant other. Readers will receive an empathetic yet assertive nudge toward the belief that they are enough. Single That serves as a reminder that we are much more than a relationship status. We are certainly more than the negative connotations that others choose to associate with our relationship status. Equal parts information and reflection, this book will help women to be more comfortable and confident in their aloneness. It is a must-read for every past and present single woman, as well as every man who would like first-hand insight into what being a single woman really means.