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3 Advantages You Should Be Using While Online Dating

I recently posted on a thread about online dating, and it started a firestorm. Not against me, because what I said was pretty tame. But the melee of comments about the horrors of online dating went on for days afterward. It was quite telling. As someone who dipped her toes into dating for a second season and was terrified of …

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What We Can Learn From Separation

Come out from them and be separate, says the Lord. Touch no unclean thing, and I will receive you. (2 Corinthians 6:17) Most often, separation doesn’t feel good. We get comfortable in our relationships, habits and preferences — sometimes even when they may be harmful, or at the very least, not beneficial. We often struggle with removing what’s detrimental to …

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The Cost Of Being In Love

Everyone wants to be in love. At least we say we do, and usually mean it. But often it’s about what we want love to do for us: make us happy, fulfill us, provide stability. We don’t always realize that love and all its benefits aren’t free; they come with a cost. They require us to change, grow, work and …

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[Podcast] Keys To Transition Well

Transition is a part of all of our lives, and often it happens even if we don’t want it to. Many people struggle with it while others don’t. So what makes these two kind of people different? Are you the kind of person who hates change? Have you lost your job without notice? Has divorce caused you to transition against …

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Finding Joy In Your Singleness

“Why am I still single?” You suppress an eye roll at the good intentions of the ever-questioning, curious onlookers. “You’re such a catch!” they say. “Why hasn’t anyone snatched you up?” they ask. “That’s what I’d like to know!” you want to scream. Instead you just smile and shrug, and, once again, take your weary heart before God, asking, “What’s …

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Single Not Suffering

Dear Single Gals, Let’s pretend we are at an adorable coffee shop right now. The music is light and dreamy, and of course the smells of coffee and baked goodies fill the air. You’re sipping your favorite drink, and I’m drinking a latte with coconut milk. We’re sitting in the most comfy chairs imaginable, my left leg tucked under me …

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[Movie] The Dating Project

Let’s be honest: It seems like no one understands us singles these days. The entire landscape of meeting people, how to date and the meaning of commitment is different for everyone. And adding to the complexities are navigating email, texting, social media and the actual in-person interaction. Half of America is single. The way people seek and find love has …

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[Podcast] Keys To Communicate Well

  At one point or another, communication is a challenge to most of us. Have you ever struggled to figure out how to say something and, even with your best efforts, you just mess it up? Or have you taken the path of least resistance, staying quiet about your own feelings because the other person doesn’t communicate well either … …

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Three Steps To Healing From Your Past And Being Open To Love Again

I never wanted to get married again. At least that’s what I told myself. Past hurts were still piercing my heart. One unhealthy relationship after another, a bad marriage and then a divorce had me looking for love in all the wrong places. I felt like a failure. This wasn’t how it was supposed to be. After the mess I’d …

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4 Ways To Defeat Low Self-Esteem

I recently read a fascinating book titled You Can Read Anyone by David J. Lieberman. It divulges some of the tactics used by government profilers to determine the behaviors and mindsets of people they interrogate. As we might presume, a person’s self-esteem plays a critical role in how he or she thinks, behaves and makes decisions. Although the book appears …

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