Single parent dating books
How finding joy in little things brought even bigger things into her life.
How learning to simply say THANK YOU and show gratitude opened the door to joy in her heart.
Cindy sympathizes with the often jaw-droppingly unbelievable situations in love and life that single ladies frequently find ourselves in and helps find the silver lining in even the most heinous of awkward dates or painful breakups. (Until you’ve completely forgotten about the awkward date or bad breakup.) 4.
by Greg Behrendt – Over the years since this book first came out, I’ve tried to argue with it. I’ve tried to say that relationships aren’t as black and white as Greg presents them to be in this book, but you know what? The truth is, relationships ARE more black and white than they are fifty shades of gray…and that’s a good thing.
While there are a TON of books out there that I think send the wrong messages to singles (anything having to do with “make any man fall in love with you” or “get married in 6 months or less by reading this book!
”)…there are also some really great books out there that have inspired, challenged, and motivated me to embrace my single life. Some of them you may heard of…some of them you probably haven’t…but ALL of them are guaranteed to make you laugh, make you think, and make you a little more confident to say “I’m single because I’m TOO FABULOUS TO SETTLE.” 🙂 10. Isaacs – For any single woman who has ever had moments of feeling like God has forgotten you…this book is for you.
The busy, vibrant, confident single woman has many, many other stories to tell!
Unhappy with how her love life is going and still single at age 40, Susan decides to call God to the carpet by taking him to “couple’s therapy.” Susan’s rocky, real, raw, HONEST relationship with God was something I could relate to immediately, as one who has never tiptoed politely around God and has had more than a few wrestling matches with him myself about life and love.So many of us hide behind walls of shame and self doubt and fear, we never allow anyone to get close enough to us to see the real us, and this book is all about tearing down those walls to walk in the freedom of Just. Anytime I need a little pick-me-up in my single girl walk, I reach for my very worn copy of this book.If you’ve ever had a bad date, experienced a drive-by relationship, or wondered if you’re the last single girl left on the face of this planet – this book is for you.Because when you change your mindset and start to look at relationships as black and white instead of every shade in between, you cut out a lot of drama and heartache and nonsense.The honest truth is, as Greg says so succinctly in this book: It just doesn’t get any more black and white, cut and dry than that.