Norma wants Herman, but Herman is a widower who needs time to grieve. She also has a couple of suitors who have been interested in her for some time. Should she be patient and understanding as she waits for Herman to go through the grieving process? Or should she explore other options?
Norma is 57 years old and wants to be married again. She has very strong feelings for Herman and believes he is the one for her, even though he has told her that she should be dating other men, cause he's been dating other women.
This sort of willingness to be patient and understanding often disguises itself as a feminine virtue, but is that what's really going on here?
I coach Norma to see the bigger picture and help her through what it means to establish a want match and share her true desire for a Christ-centered marriage. Pay particularly close attention to our discussion around dating and courtship at the end of the episode.
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