Do you live in the Atlanta area and find that you are single through fate and not by choice? There seems to be a high percentage of single men and women living in the city who are hoping to meet that special someone, but have not had the chance. There can be many reasons why this is happening.

The Why Am I Single event aims to assist singles with discovering the reasons why they are still single, and to provide insight that can help them get beyond their unhappiness to find true commitment with a love.

Can it be because they are too busy? Perhaps the younger generation doesn’t understand about commitment? Are men and women waiting for the right time—a better job, more money, a nicer vehicle—before settling down? Are people too picky? Sign up for the Why Am I Single Event for insights into these questions and more.

The schedule for this event will also include personal and professional opinions and experiences from the perspectives of individuals in different walks of life. The goal is to ignite discussions about the high percentage of singles living in the Atlanta area.

Guests will have a chance to see seven noted speakers at the event, and have a chance to ask them questions.

Shae Primus is known as the Middle Class Matchmaker for people of color. She holds a Master’s Degree in Adult Education, with Certification in Matchmaking. As the Middle Class Matchmaker, she coaches individuals for finding the best matches.

Rashida is a Life Coach and Speaker who believes in changing the world with one mindset at a time. As a Life Coach, she believes you can take action right now, to live the life you want.

Khadijah Shabazz owns Platinum HouseWife’s Essentials, Inc. She notes that couples can go to couple’s therapy, or they can visit her Lingerie and Pamper Studio.

Marz Bishop is an Author, Mentor, Motivational Speaker, and President of LiFE Inc.—Learning Institute for Life Experience.

Aniesha is an Advanced Pure Romance consultant. She believes in encouraging women to be their own inner goddess. She wants to empower women around the world on their sexual health, and make them feel better about themselves.

Jared and Mesi James are the hosts of this event. They are owners of James & James, LLC, and authors of “Young Black & Married: How to Snuggle Through the Struggle”. Their goal is to assist singles through this special event. The couple has a network of businesses in advertising, film, and photography. You can learn more about James & James LLC here:

The event is being held on Saturday, September, 17, 2016, from 7:00 pm to 10 pm, at the Legacy Theater, 2244 Panola Road, Lithonia, GA.

Tickets cost $8 for guests, or $50 if you wish to be a vendor. You can reserve your spot here: Book now, because there are so many singles in Atlanta that the event will sell out soon!