A few years back, I dated a guy I thought I was going to marry. At some point in our relationship, he brought me home to meet his family. Though initially I was welcomed with open arms, things turned into a nightmare in a matter of weeks. I was taken aback that his family, in particular, his parents did not like me.
These past couple of years have been a whirlwind of trials, emotions, uncertainty, loss, fear, anxiety and joy. I can’t begin to go into detail of the things I’ve gone through but if I were to share them with you, you might not believe me because I don’t look like what I’ve been going through.
“When you’re in love with someone, you somewhat lose your senses. There’s a reckless abandon that I was not prepared for. I quickly realized that remaining abstinent in a relationship would require so much more effort than when I was a single. The passion, the genuine friendship, the love and everything in-between fuels the fire.”
“Discover why you’re important, then refuse to settle for anyone who doesn’t completely agree.”- Fisher Amelie Why do we believe singleness should be avoided like the plague? When I tell people I am single, I typically receive a pitiful reaction like I am supposed to be sad because I am not in a relationship. After I graduated college, the most […]