I don't think that being single is better than being married or vice versa. I think they both have advantages and disadvantages that you have to learn to deal with. Iri
To the other poster who gave the list of reasons to be single: those are true, and that's a very good thing to say. But honestly, while I'm listening to the music that I want to listen to right now, I'm wishing I had someone else to listen to it with, or to dance to it with. Not out of loneliness or desperation, but just because it would be nice to share my interests with someone who has some of the same interests.
Being in a relationship isn't the #1 goal of everyone, and it really shouldn't be. I'm guessing you're young, and you'll realize that in time. Just focus on yourself, your life, and your goals, and the realization will come with time.
We humans are designed for growing through friendships. Meet all the people you can, in a SAFE enviroment! Don't be too concerned if they aren't your own age. Talk to people who have your interests and feel the same way about things as you do. Make some new friends and enjoy single life. For many of us whom want to marry some day, take the time to learn who you are deep inside, and learn how to select a life partner. They don't teach us how to give or recieve love in school, and all to often, not at home either.
Learn, Relate and Discover.
There is nothing wrong with wanting a boyfriend and wanting to get married. There is nothing wrong with looking, being friendly, and flirting, but focusing on it while excluding all other goals is dangerous.