Part of the problem with the lack of interaction among sexes is that woman have been taught that their role is to simply do nothing.
They’ve been told the lie that a “woman of God” lets the man initiate, pursue and make things happen.
Her newest book for singles and couples, Choosing Marriage, is available for pre-order and set to be released this Spring.
Maybe it’s time to prioritize our needs from our wants, and consider pursuing someone that might typically be considered “outside of our usual type.” There’s definitely a fear culture surrounding the topic of asking someone out on a date. It’s almost as though we’re so afraid to fail that we’d rather not even try.
In fact, the majority of singles reported that when it comes to dating: They aren’t usually doing the asking.
There’s a false standard that we’ve perpetuated and let’s just put this out there: No one is measuring up.
I believe it’s important to have our standards of character, integrity and morals when it comes to a dating relationship—but could it be that in the name of “not settling” we’ve confused our preferences for our needs?