Category: Singleness

Life Without Physical Intimacy

Last week I was directed to a blog post written by a single woman about her struggle to live without physical intimacy in her life. Not only was the post refreshingly transparent, but it was also a helpful reminder to me as a now married woman. I still remember sitting in a Bible study full…
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Singleness According to Eve

I will be out of the country just a few more days, and during this time I’ve really enjoyed revisiting some of my older posts, especially from my days as a single gal. Below is a post I wrote to challenge myself in my season of singleness, but I honestly find it to be just…
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The “Highlight Reel”

Recently I’ve been doing some investigative research into the male mind. What I’ve learned has important implications for my single readers, but it impacts married people as well. It all began a few months ago when I saw a movie with my husband in which a number of married men were discussing whether the “highlight…
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Being the Church to Your Single Friends

One of the things I have appreciated most from my husband is the knowledge that he’s always in my corner. No matter what people say to me or about me, I can always trust that he’s got my back. It’s not that he’s a passive yes-man who tells me what I wanna hear–I can also…
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Best of She Worships: A Girlfriend Placeholder

Another popular post of mine deals with a very frequent practice among both single men and women. Because it’s so common, I’ve received a lot of positive feedback for helping provide it a name. I should also note that the anonymous friend mentioned at the start of this blog helped me to launch my new…
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