Catholic single parents dating coping with dating a widower
Ann is a such a beautiful writer, it feels almost as though you’re reading poetry.
by Greg Behrendt – Over the years since this book first came out, I’ve tried to argue with it. I’ve tried to say that relationships aren’t as black and white as Greg presents them to be in this book, but you know what? The truth is, relationships ARE more black and white than they are fifty shades of gray…and that’s a good thing.
I think this book will isnpire you to let go of the idea of what “Happily Ever After” is supposed to look like, stop obsessing about the destination, and instead, rejoice in the journey.
The wild, adventurous, uncertain, often crazy but always magical journey of the single woman.
Because when you change your mindset and start to look at relationships as black and white instead of every shade in between, you cut out a lot of drama and heartache and nonsense.
The honest truth is, as Greg says so succinctly in this book: It just doesn’t get any more black and white, cut and dry than that.
Elisabeth is very vulnerable and open about her struggle to hold out for God’s best and to trust His perfect timing in her life, and the love story between her and her eventual husband, Jim Elliott, is completely captivating and inspiring to anyone who has also struggled to trust God completely by submitting their love life to Him.