Single dating questions
Is it wrong for me to take initiative with a man to pursue a potential romantic relationship with him?If I go out of my way to try to meet a husband, does that mean I’m not trusting God’s sovereignty? How can I trust God when I’ve been dateless for a decade?How often do you grieve that you might not ever be a mother?Is it okay to grieve something like that preemptively (like in your 20’s and 30’s), and how do you grieve that in a healthy way?In my present station in life, I have the joy of ministering among women of various life-stages, circumstances, cultures, and geographical locations. We’re family in the Lord Jesus, and this must shape how we talk about singleness among Christians.Because I’m single, many of these women ask me questions publicly and privately about singleness and ministry among single people. Below, I’ve compiled the questions women most often ask me.Not all single women feel insecure about being single.Not all single women think their singleness affects their professional relationships. Single people aren’t monolithic, and neither are the questions they ask.
What do you do when your supervisor takes advantage of your singleness by making you take all the evening meetings, holidays, etc.?
Second, I regularly hear single people say that they don’t like it when others assume all single people are the same.