“I’m about to turn 30. There’s something about that age that seems to prompt a lot of thought about the past and the future, and especially being single.
Singleness isn’t easy, life isn’t easy for that matter. But I think we’d all admit that we’d like to grow in our current lives. Life is filled with lessons, and I’d like to share 9 that I’ve learned these past few years and hope that they can be an encouragement to you.”
I wrote these words almost exactly 1 year ago as a part of the TrueLoveDates.com series #TheSingleLife.
This year I’m about to turn 31, and guess what. I’m still single!
What I wrote last year still feels very relevant in my own life in addition to the lives of other singles around me.
About 3 years ago, I read a book called True Love Dates and it was incredibly helpful and encouraging!
It was written by Debra Fileta, a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in dating, marriage and relationship issues from a Christian perspective. And she definitely knows her stuff!
I’ve also enjoyed following her blog and was grateful to be given a chance to contribute an article to her awesome series on singleness last year.
You can read my full article HERE!
I hope that these words can be an encouragement to you in your own walk!
You can check out the full #TheSingleLife series HERE.
Debra also just came out with a new book this year called Choosing Marriage written for singles and couples that looks amazing.
What about you? What lessons have you learned in your singleness?
Feel free to comment your thoughts or questions below!
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