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THE POWER OF Being Your Own SO

Just when we finally got used to the idea of ‘conscious uncoupling’ as a quasi-legit way of talking about divorce (thanks GP, it only took us six years), everyone’s now moved on to ‘self-partnered’ as the term of choice to describe single life. It all started when actress Emma Watson told the world last November she wasn’t dating anyone and was totally fine with it. “It took me a long time, but I’m very happy. I call it being ‘self-partnered’,” the 29-year-old revealed to British Vogue

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