Singleness: The One Reason You Attract The Wrong Man or Woman

We attract the wrong man or woman mainly because we expect from people what we are not. Often we seek relationships long before we are ready to be what we are expecting from someone else. In my blog “8 signs you’re not ready for a relationship,” I discuss things we must be honest about before seeking a relationship. I know we all, at times, don’t understand why we are single or why we feel alone in our singleness, but singleness can be a great blessing (see “ 9 reasons singleness is good for you”). For those of you who are truly ready for love, I want to encourage you to be the lover you wish you had. Singleness: The One Reason you attract the wrong man or woman
So what exactly does this mean? It means that whatever you are expecting from someone else, you need to be that person. For example, here are a few characteristics I look for in a woman:
• A woman of God
• Consistent prayer life
• Affirms me
• Allows me to be human
• Can love me unconditionally
• Can encourage me
• Prays with me
• Serves God with me
• Listens to all my fears, weaknesses and doubts without judging me
• Reminds me of who I am to her when my actions say I have forgotten
• Patient and understanding
• Can speak my love language
• I can trust her with my secrets

Do you desire someone to love you like this? Do you desire someone with these characteristics? If you want this type of relationship or characteristics in someone, you must be the lover you wish you had. Remember, the Bible teaches us we reap what we sow. (Galatians 6:7-8)

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