I know that the dating process can feel hopeless, daunting, and pointless. I know that collectively, we all have a painful dating story. Or a painful relationship story. Or a painful break-up story. The whole process just sucks. But I also wanted to say that each guy, each date, each time you decide to share … Continue reading It’s Okay to Love, Girl
Ever started talking to someone and things seem to be going great? The connection is perfect, first date went well, second date went even better. And for whatever reason, things just didn't pan out at the end? Maybe he revealed some very bright red flags. Or he ghosted you. Or he started to feel distant. … Continue reading 3 Good Things About Rejection
The other day, I was thinking about how capricious our lives are. You wake up being in an amazing relationship only to be broken up over a single text in one afternoon. You wake up being in an amazing relationship and you are proposed to later that evening. You wake up safe and sound only … Continue reading Your Single Days are Numbered
Recently, I got really excited about my love life. Because for a moment, a VERY brief moment, it seemed like it was going to go somewhere. In one weekend, I met two guys the way I would like to meet a guy - organically. One was at a basketball game. The other was a guy … Continue reading Advocate for Your Love Life
I see a lot of debate on this particular topic. Do we wait? Can we drop hints? Can we initiate conversations? Is it a sin to take action? Is it a sin to be passive? I'm not an expert but I just thought I'd share my OPINION. (KEYWORD: OPINION) I do not think there is … Continue reading Can Women Pursue Men?
It's not about being picky or being undateable but keeping your heart pure.
I just wanted to quickly say, for those of you who are patiently waiting for your future husband, realize that he is still an imperfect man in an imperfect world.This is why it's crucial to understand God's love and God's grace.Though the man He sends you is His best for you, he is still a … Continue reading God’s Best is Still Imperfect