Common traits of healthy singles, plus Rachel Cruze shares savvy financial strategies, and is it futile to invest in a guy you like in another country?
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Too many of us think that being single means we’re “less than” — that we won’t really start living until we’re married and settled into family life. But while marriage can provide a crucible for developing maturity, some of the most godly and mature people we know are single. What are some marks of a relationally, spiritually and emotionally healthy single young adult? Our panel discusses.
Guests: Rachel Cruze,
Life would be so much easier if we had a better job, less debt, more money, and all the stuff our friends have — right? Nope. The grass is rarely greener, says Rachel Cruze, daughter of Dave Ramsey and author of “Love Your Life, Not Theirs.” Rachel shares ideas for getting your financial house in order so that you can unlock freedom in your decision-making.
A mutual friend introduced her to a great guy. The only catch: He’s in another country. That, and he hasn’t really pursued her in a meaningful way beyond texts and casual conversation. Should she invest in communication with him? Is there really any chance of something lasting happening here? Lisa Anderson offers advice.