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In a world where most people get married, where do you turn for advice if you don’t want to settle down — for now or forever?

Solo - the single person’s guide to a remarkable life.

More and more people are becoming aware that marriage is an overprescribed path to a good life. An observation reflected in rapidly changing demographics. One-hundred and ten million American adults are unmarried, and 25% of Millennials are projected to never marry.

It’s time for a new playbook, one that takes a positive view of living single—and living well.

In Solo, Peter McGraw explores how being unapologetically unattached affords you the opportunity to be adventurous, make art, start a business, travel the world, get in shape, or simply sleep in when you want to.

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Podcast Episodes

SOLO 91 | Love Language

The Remarkable Kid From Bombay

  As part of a live taping for the Solo Club on Clubhouse, Peter McGraw speaks to Ketan Anjaria, a divorced dad and young empty nester. They have a wide-reaching conversation covering dating and race, mental health, and Ketan’s struggles spending

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SOLO 90 | Attachment Theory

Attachment Theory

  Attachment theory has made its way into the public sphere with the help of the recent book Attached. The theory contends that people approach intimate relationships from one of three perspectives: secure, anxious, or avoidant. Peter McGraw and Iris Schneider

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