National Single’s Awareness Day is February 15th, and it is a legitimate nationally recognized day. With February 14th being the day of love, single people felt that they needed to take a stand and show others that it’s okay to be single.
For some, Single’s Day is an appreciated break from the commercialism of Valentine’s Day. For others, it’s a day to celebrate yourself and your close friends. Gifts are often exchanged, and some people even host parties.
Single’s Day should not be viewed as depressing. The message is actually intended to be the opposite, and encourage single individuals to appreciate themselves and their loved ones.
If you are single and happy, February 15th is your day to celebrate! Reflect on all that you’ve accomplished on your own, and thank those that have helped you along the way.
In addition to being National Single’s Awareness Day, February 15th is also the one day of the year when most divorces are filed. You can check out this article to learn more: http://money.cnn.com/2013/02/15/pf/valentine-divorce/