Ready to give up on dating

As he does, he reminds me that he offers the perfect picture of love.His love drives out all fear and allows us to say with confidence: A Bay Area native, Laura Nell Richardson now plants her feet in San Francisco where she manages communications for a healthcare startup.It wasn’t easy, I promise, because I’m a pretty big flirt.Our generation has a pretty hard time dating, and one thing I hear constantly is how guys ruin it.— Love, Debra One year ago, I gave up dating, and it changed my life.After six years of living, working, and dating in San Francisco, I was burnt out.that I was giving up dating, I ended up meeting the man I’m now going to marry.

You know that spark you feel when you arrive at your first date destination and you can just picture yourself having a good time? You’ll get a high from it, and if it’s good enough, it’ll last several days. He gave me a new vision for dating, and I looked forward to having someone to partner with for God’s kingdom, someone to enjoy life with, and someone to learn to love unconditionally.So, at the age of twenty-nine, I decided to stop looking and simply rest for a while.This month, I’ve invited some of my faithful True Love Dates readers and subscribers to share their heart with the rest of our blog community for my #Guest Post Series!!There are some AMAZING singles out there, people!!!I’d dated a handful of guys in the church, got engaged and broke it off, attempted long-distance, and tried several dating apps.

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