I started working when I was 16 years old and, by all accounts, I had achieved a fairly high degree of success as a young journalist in my early 20s.
A die-hard feminist, my desire for self-sufficiency didn't stem from a movement: It was personal.
That was supposed to be my dating motto for 2017, but so far it’s been more legs open, eyes closed.
(Not sure how helpful my ears are as I know now that nothing men say on a date — especially a first date — can be trusted.
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A lot of my friends, however, were beginning to settle down and I started to feel like something was wrong with me for not being able to even fathom doing the same.
That's not to say I wasn't happy with where I was: I loved my work and I loved the woman I had become.
" — from the Foreword by Jason and Crystalina Evert Tired of toxic relationships, many young adults want to clean up their love lives.
They desire to give their lives to Christ and turn away from sin—but without a concrete plan, they quickly fall back into old habits.