The Abcs I’d Sing Before Dating: Things to Do While Single
Dear passionate, curious and romance-loving little lady,
So many lessons on love and fun activities for singles are coming your way!
Before going into learning the highs and lows of dating, courting, wedding dress shopping, and all the hiccups and hurrahs along the way, it would be wise for you to listen carefully to all the wondrous things to do while single.
Accepting yourself and someone else into your life can be a powerful reflection of how Jesus accepts us.
Believe that you are worth it. You are priceless and valued.
Continue to develop your individuality in Christ no matter when the deal is sealed.
Decide what your values are and how to uphold them across situations.
Things for singles to do
Exercise vigorously to keep stress at bay and stretch routinely.
Focus on developing your character, family unit, and career.
Go! Visit that country that’s on your bucket list…
Hugs! You need another hug and to go give a hug to someone.
Interview women who have been in abusive relationships, whether it was emotional, spiritual, or physical and learn what the red flags were.
Juggle your busy schedule with a pretty planner.
Kick out toxic habits and make healthy boundaries. Laugh your heart out exploring the art of comedy.
Map out how you are going to work through overcoming the dysfunction in your life so you don’t bring that into a relationship.
No is often a wise word that is fair game to use when asked out on a date or for your phone number.
Open your perspective up to God’s timing.
Enjoying being single
Pick up that hobby.
Quiet down your racing thoughts and go take a bath soaking in Epsom salt. Read that book in the Bible and all the others surrounding it.
Say yes to that mission trip!
Take the advice of those in healthy relationships.
Understand that it takes two to tango. Use your love for dance to make a smooth melody of grace and love in the home.
Vent your frustrations to the Lord, do some burpees, and work out your fears with a counselor. Write down the pros and cons of your choices and objectively determine your course of action.
Your number one love language is physical touch and then words of affirmation. Make sure to learn your partner’s!
Yesterday had a lot going on. You get to decide how to respond today!
Zip a Dee Doo Dah now go pray…
In His Joys,
Hannah Elise Abbott, M.S., CCC-SLP
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