Many single Christian women use spending an excess amount of time in church as a cover-up to the fear that dwells within.
In my early 20s, I broke up with a boyfriend after two and a half years of dating, and I remember being so nervous about starting over as a single woman.
I thought about silly things like “Who would I watch Netflix with?
Even little things every day can make a difference.
Do a new routine at the gym, try that Quiz Night your colleagues go to, or attend a bible study class that you’ve never been to. I don’t literally mean say yes to everything, but it’s a good mindset to have. The only way to meet someone new is to put yourself out there, so go into each situation with an open mind and the desire to have fun.
It’s a gradual process, and the day will come when you wake up and just know you’re ready. Perhaps the best part about getting your loved ones involved is they more than likely know someone who has the same values and beliefs as you. While word of mouth is a tried-and-true way to find dates, online dating should also be in your repertoire.
Once you are, you’ll also want to think about what you want to get out of the experience. A lot of the best online dating sites have a large percentage of Christian singles that are in the same position as you.
Click here to read the follow-up article 7 Mistakes Single Christian Men Make With Relationships.
There are many single Christian women out there simply frustrated with the process of dating and relationships.
” and “Will I ever find someone else who knows how to offer advice, support, and love in a way that’s true to my core values?
” This last question probably hits home for Christian singles fresh out of a breakup.
There’s no right or wrong way to re-enter the dating scene — the situation is different for every person.