Questions for singles dating
What do I do if because he hasn't given me a spouse?
A while ago the Lord began to deal with me about my own anger toward him over my singleness.
It's really about having the mental capacity and will to give this person sufficient thought and attention. She deserves better (whomever she is), and she deserves my fullest attention.
I'd be playing that whole game in the hopes that one day I fall for her. This might come across as odd considering that I write about love and dating for a living. After closer examination, the way I'm feeling is completely acceptable. What I mean is not every time of life is a good time to share your life with someone.
More than that, it shows wisdom and understanding to know when you shouldn't be in a relationship (Yes, I just called myself wise). I'm not going to shy away from the fact or pretend otherwise to make everyone else feel better about themselves. This isn't to say you should break things off if the time isn't right — sometimes it's wiser to figure out a way to keep the relationship alive, even when you don't believe you can make it work.
The growing number of single women in our world today have more freedoms and opportunities than this demographic ever has experienced.
But that doesn't mean they aren't occasionally hounded by struggles—or haunted by tough questions. And what are they supposed to do with occasional lonely feelings—year after year?
It's not that I'm not ready to date; I just don't to date.