Embracing Singleness: The Gift of Self-Discovery

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In a world often focused on romantic relationships, the beauty and significance of singleness can be overlooked. Being single is not merely a placeholder between relationships; it’s a unique and valuable phase of life, a gift that offers opportunities for self-discovery, personal growth, and the cultivation of a fulfilling, independent life.

If You’re Chasing A Man, What’s He Doing?

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If you’re chasing a man, what’s he doing? Running!  How does it seem some women who chase men get them to commit and others don’t?  The answer might surprise you.  It’s time to learn something new before you trip and fall!  Schedule an appointment now with licensed and certified relationship & femininity coach. Always in […]

The solution to feeling hopeless while single: Change your focus Part 1

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Overall it’s always good to remember that God is good! If you are married God is good and if you are single God is good. Even if God doesn’t bless you with a husband, God is good and when He does bless you with a husband, God is good. When you get the job, God is also good and when the job you applied to doesn’t hire you God is still good. God is good when the economy is down, and God is good when the economy is booming.

It’s time to SLAY idleness and get busy

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“Idle Worship” The insatiable yearning for companionship in a woman who hasn’t fulfilled her God-given destiny.

I know you know the women who say things like:

“When I get married, my husband and I are going to do everything together.”

“When God sends my husband, then my life will be complete.”

“I want to be married by the time I turn…”

“Take myself out on a date? I can’t go out alone, everyone would stare at me.”

“Everyone is getting married except me.”

All My Single Ladies!

“Ladies, I don’t know about you but I’m tired! Actually, I was tired of being sick and tired! It may surprise you that it wasn’t the guys that I was tired of. They prompted my frustration but I was tired of me. I’m good now, but I realized I was the one setting myself up for failure in relationships. I was naively hoping for a different outcome, while doing the same thing over and over again. That’s insanity, literally.”