It's that feeling we all long for. We want to believe that it's easy for others to love us. That we are liked for who we are, and we don't have to change a thing.
How many love songs have been written about all the loveable people?
Think of all the loveable quotes that have been shared on Pinterest. Plus, every magazine ever written for women has a least one article in it outlining how to be more likable.
But what if being loveable has nothing to do with how much other people like you?
What if, instead, we focused on the fact that we are already 100%...
Self-love is not selfish!
As a single Christian woman, it's actually an essential part of your walk with God and absolutely critical to establishing an equally yoked relationship and Christ-centred marriage.
But as the world becomes more self-indulgent and egocentric, many women feel that to avoid being seen as selfish; they must become martyrs, burning themselves out to keep others warm.
It's time to bust the myths around self-love and start talking about what it really takes to truly...
Dating men from church has become a problem.
Many of my clients have found there's aren't enough of them to go around. Plus, there's' seems to be an uneven playing field. The ratio of women to men is way out of balance, and the boys don't want to play ball.
My client Julie told me that she feels totally frustrated and irritated by the men in her congregation. She goes to a huge church, and she's actively involved with different groups. Although she knows she's attractive, she says that the men in her church are either overly friendly or standoffish.
Others have told me...
Soul ties have a long history of being misunderstood, especially in the church.
These misunderstandings are particularly damaging to single Christian women who want to pursue their God-given desire for marriage.
You, like many women, might have been told that you'll never be able to enjoy a healthy romantic relationship until you break an ungodly soul tie.
Today, I'd like to shed some light on this confusing topic by providing Biblically accurate examples and definitions. I'll also give you some...
One fear plagues single Christian women more than any other, and it sounds like this;
I'm not sure if God wants me to get married.
As a relationship coach, I've heard it repeatedly, and it devastating the Christian community.
I can almost hear you thinking...
I don't want to choose a man over God. I'm afraid that if I pursue marriage, God will be disappointed.
Not only that but you probably also believe that there will be too much temptation and sin on the path to marriage. It seems logical to stay safe and secure in the Lord, rather than risk it all on what...
It's Time To Embrace Being Single!
I know you think that it's been too long already.
You were expecting a ring by now, and you never thought you would get to this point and still be single.
You must be wondering what the problem is and whether or not you should give up the dream and accept reality or continue to believe that the right man for you is still out there somewhere.
Today, I'd like to encourage you to keep the dream while embracing reality.
But what does that mean?
It means that you continue to believe in your God-given desire for...
Don't turn your past into your next partner's problem.
No matter what happened, it's important for you to take responsibility for what happens going forward.
It can be hard to process the negative emotions that come from a relationship that didn't turn out the way you would have liked.
Don't let that stop you from taking the time to heal.
Yes, it is work and it does require some serious effort on your part, but it's worth it.
Trust me, your future...