I did everything right, so this MUST be right, I thought to myself. ) So excited to finally meet a man who pursued me I jumped at the chance to enter into a relationship with him. (You bible-belt kids know exactly what I’m talking about!
I’m the kind of person who is perfectly comfortable with being alone.Interacting with the opposite sex became this pressure-filled, awkward, sinful-feeling give and take that left me feeling confused, impatient, and totally lacking control. A relationship that caused heartache, heartbreak, and a whole lot of wasted time.I bought into the theory that dating was wrong and that the only way to find God’s one and only match for my life would be to wait for some sort of sign from God. Though I wish I could change my relationship history, my choices make sense in the context of my former belief system.I quickly learned that author Lauren Passell and I are kindred spirits.Tell the truth with humor and let the chips fall where they may.Whether you’re afraid of heartbreak, afraid of intimacy, or afraid of compromise, you can stay single for the rest of your life, and that’s cool by me. Sharing yourself fully with another human being and building a life together.