Singleness

My mission is to equip and inspire singles for wellness and community-building through counselling, coaching, workshops and group work.

Your feedback and time is much appreciated. Whether you are currently single or have been single for any reason (separation, divorce, widowed, never married) in your adult life, I would value answers to as many of these questions as possible. Your input will be helpful for the design of Singles Wellness Programs planned to begin Spring 2019!

Your responses will be kept private and confidential as per the ethical guidelines I abide by as a professional.

Thank you in advance for your input!

Because every one counts,

Melanie Hart, Certified Executive Coach & Counsellor

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* 1. Are you currently single?

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* 2. What age range are you?

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* 3. Do you live alone? (Fully self-supported).

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* 4. How long have you lived "alone" (self-supporting)?

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* 5. Do you consider yourself as "alone"?

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* 6. Are you currently single by choice?

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* 7. Are you currently looking for or interested in a long-term relationship? ie. marriage, companionship, partnership

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* 8. How many times have you experienced becoming single (from a long-term relationship to singleness) in your adult life? Please include all instances: separated, divorced, widowed

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* 9. On a scale of 1-10, 1 being extremely lonely to the point of feeling depressed and hopeless about it and 10 feeling not lonely at all, how would you rate your current state of loneliness?

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* 10. As time goes on (in your single season), do you feel better or worse about your singleness? Meaning, less fear for future, more secure in yourself or more fearful and worse about yourself?

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* 11. Have you ever felt lonely while you were in a relationship?

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* 13. How content are you (or were you) as a single person? 1 being completely discontent with being alone and 10 being completely content to the point of embracing your single season.

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* 14. If you noticed the difference between when you were first “single” and your current state of wellness (when answering question 13), what, if anything, has changed?

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* 15. If a miracle happened, and a perfect partner (ideal for you) appeared in your life tomorrow, would you choose to couple (explore the relationship) or remain single?

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* 16. Since becoming single (if applicable), what has helped you transition or specifically feel more empowered, settled, content in your singleness? Check all that apply.

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* 17. What or who was/is most helpful to you in your single season?

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* 18. What or who was/is most unhelpful to you in your single season?

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* 19. Being single can be physically, emotionally, spiritually painful. What experiences, as a single, stand out to you as your most painful moments? Click all that apply. Then share more in comments if you like.. ie. going to a moving alone, eating alone, attending church alone, holidays alone.

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* 20. In your singleness, do you attend to your personal wellness (self-care) better than when you were coupled?

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* 21. What is/was your greatest fear as a single?

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* 22. What is/was your greatest joy as a single?

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* 23. How would you define single wellness? How would this be achieved?

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* 24. What does a healthy single look like to you? Why?

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* 25. If you attend/attended church during your separation/divorce/loss, did you ever feel feelings like alienated, unsupported, invisible, unlovable, disconnected? If yes, say why and try to define if that was the church culture or what was going on for/in you, or both?

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* 26. Do/Did you ever wish you had a singles group - just for singles - to go to for support, skill-building, connection?

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* 27. Would you attend a singles group that mixes group work, psychoeducational components, support, faith, and community-building if one was offered in your area or online?

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* 28. Do/did you seek out counselling (professional support services) when you experienced separation, divorce, loss of relationship?

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* 29. For current singles: Do you believe it would be more beneficial to get individual counselling or to get support and interaction in a group dynamic? Explain.

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* 30. Do you agree that learning to individuate, self-awareness, personal growth, coping skills would be helpful building blocks for a future relationship?

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* 31. As a single (current singles only), if something was missing in your life, what would it be?

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* 32. Singles: If you were a healthy single, would your life look different from what it looks like now?

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* 33. Do you currently know someone who would benefit from counselling and/or a group/community?

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* 34. Are you interested in receiving more information about Singles Wellness Groups for yourself or to pass along to your networks? If so, do I have your permission to send you information about this topic?

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* 35. If you said yes to more information, please add your contact info below. Please ensure you leave your name and e-mail address.

Visit my website www.melaniehart.ca for more information on my professional services. Thank you again for your help and your time.

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