When you go out, you anxiously try to find a "flattering" outfit that slims your tummy and tames your thighs. Well, maybe you decide to just stay in for the night...then when you DO date, you're stressed about your heart being broken ..you keep attracting the same WRONG guys as if you've got a label on your forehead that says "emotionally unavailable men welcome! , what if he wants to have "sexy time" and you've got to be seen naked??!!! I've been a fat, plus-size woman for the past 20 years, fluctuating between sizes 16-24, and I've dated at every size and dealt with every body insecurity.Now, as a Certified Professional Coach, my entire focus is helping women date with ease, and fun, and pleasure..more stress or second-guessing yourself. interviews that I've done: This one is about dating as a curvalicious lady This one is about self love, body acceptance, and some tips to get you started For years I perceived love as a game with very high stakes and no room for error on my part.You're self-conscious about your body, and you worry that the cute man will take one look at you and be disappointed by what he sees.You don't post full-body pics in your online dating profile because you don't want guys to eliminate you based on your body type.Susan, Toronto Our coaching helped me feel ready to be successful in a relationship- and with Sophia’s help, I created that relationship! Although the amount of exclamation points varied, every answer given to this sweet girl in her 20s was exactly the same: Go tell him! Remember that apart from God you have nothing—which means if you have a boy but not God, you’re bankrupt—but with God, through Jesus’ atonement, you have everything your heart has ever desired.
And yet I’m still not a great fan of dating – especially “recreational” dating (). Our young people aren’t too enthusiastic about either of these options.
And being shy means that I am a ‘good’ Christian girl.
However, for me, as the years passed, I wondered if this was true. It seemed that in every other area of life God requires my active participation.
There are times when God calls us to patiently wait on his timing.
But perhaps like Ruth, God wants you to take some action. In fact, it may require greater faith in God for you to take a risk, be vulnerable and perhaps learn some new skills that will help you better relate to those around you.