When We Love the Wrong People

This is one of my favorite things I've written, because sometimes, it feels really good to be honest.  I think you should read it, too.   I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wished I could change someone else’s feelings for me. I’ve spent hours praying for him to change his mind, … Read More


What I’ve Learned Traveling Alone

This is coming from a girl who sometimes gets depressed staying in a hotel by myself when I’m traveling for an out-of-town wedding. For me, moving to another country was always on my after marriage list. But somehow, at the age of 25, I found myself getting on a plane, trying to overcome the … Read More


Singleness and the Enneagram

I really hate it when people tell me I need to work on myself before pursuing a relationship with someone else. Seriously, it’s probably one of my top ten pet peeves, next to guys who ask me out on Twitter. It always comes off as slightly condescending when another person assumes that because I’m … Read More


Suddenly, Everything Changed

“Enjoy it while you can, honey, because once you’re married you’ll just wish you could be single again.” I’ve heard this one a few times, along with various other pieces of jaded advice from unhappily married women or well-intentioned friends who are trying to make me feel better. I’m sure most … Read More


If Our Hearts Need To Be Broken

To be honest, I haven’t had a lot of good dating experiences. In my 25 years as a socially awkward introvert, I’ve always struggled with the vast differences between the men I want to date and the men who want to date me. Very rarely does someone fall into both categories. If we lived in a world … Read More