Do NOT be Discouraged

Someone special for you

For many singles hoping to find true love,  it can seem as though all the good ones are taken. Or, maybe that SoulMate love just isn’t for you.

But, please do NOT be discouraged! God has someone very special that is the perfect match for you!

The question is, “Are you ready for this precious, precious gift?”

 

If you met your SoulMate tomorrow, would that mean that you’d have to cut things off with your FWB (Friend With Benefits)?

Would you have to learn how to cook? (They say the stomach is the shortest way to a man’s heart, and my experience tells me that this time “they” are right!)

Would you have to remove the pics of your ex from your home, your phone and your Facebook? (Girl, you know you should have been done that!)

Perhaps you’re still holding on to resentment and unforgiveness for someone from your past. (ie, a relative that did you wrong.)

Even if those aren’t true for you, if you know that there are some loose ends that you need to tie up, then DON’T WAIT until you meet someone new before you start. The best way to begin a new relationship is on a nice clean footing with no residue from your past relationships threatening to upset the apple cart, or worse to blow up in your face.

At this year’s Smart, S.E.X.Y & Single Women’s Retreat, I’ll be sharing many tips and strategies to help you stay encouraged during your single season. As well as how to make the tweeks you need to become irresistible to your SoulMate. If you want to learn how, then join me there!



About the Author:

Wende Sanders, MS, CC is an Award-Winning Speaker, Relationship Coach, Author and the owner of a premier personal development company for success-minded women. She's a Certified Life and Relationship Coach that enjoys working with Clients to transform the quality of relationships they attract, so they can experience the deep LOVE and more fulfilling lives they want. Her relationship expertise and insight have helped thousands of women to improve their lives and their relationships while honoring their faith and values.

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