Family Series, Part III: Living Alone Don't worry mom -- being single isn't as bad as it used to be. That's according to Ethan Watters, whose new book says that you can be thirty-something, single and still have a supportive community and content life. Guest host Lynn Neary leads a discussion about being single and living alone.

Guest:

Ethan Watters
*Author, Urban Tribes

Frances Goldscheider
*Professor of sociology, Brown University

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Family Series, Part III: Living Alone

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Family Series, Part III: Living Alone

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Family Series, Part III: Living Alone

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Don't worry mom — being single isn't as bad as it used to be. That's according to Ethan Watters, whose new book says that you can be thirty-something, single and still have a supportive community and content life. Guest host Lynn Neary leads a discussion about being single and living alone.

Guest:

Ethan Watters
*Author, Urban Tribes

Frances Goldscheider
*Professor of sociology, Brown University