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How To Embrace Your Singleness and Thrive With Jessica Hutton – 146

Single ladies, this one is for you! It seems that a lot of the content out there is focused on finding you a man! But we know that a strong woman doesn’t need to be in a relationship to have value. A healthy relationship can be a significant part of your life, but it’s not essential to living a full and rich life.

So, we invited Jessica Hutton, author of Own Your Singleness, to bring a little insight into going beyond simply surviving your singleness, but thriving in it. Jessica introduces us to the 6-single-lady typologies and explains how you can practice active contentment and avoid the pitfalls of frustration and disappointment. She will encourage you to live as a happy, healthy, and prosperous individual who may then attract a happy, healthy, prosperous relationship (if you want one). She’s single, thriving, and living into her purpose, and she will help you realize you can, too.

Jessica Hutton is a Licensed Master Social Worker, Life Coach, and author who works with singles and couples to create a life they love, unlearn toxic relationship behaviors, and develop skills that will help them nurture stable, satisfying, and sustainable relationships that last a lifetime. Visit her site, Live and Love Enriched, and follow her on Facebook or Instagram.

Read Don’t Become A Bitter Single Christian Woman, from Jessica’s blog, now.

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Articles We Mentioned or Know You’ll Love

5 Ways to Love Your Single Life
Grit and Grace for All the Single Ladies
If Your Man Didn’t Propose (But Should Have) Read This
Is Marriage Just a Piece of Paper? Or Is It Something More?

Quote of the episode:

“If you’re not happy being single then you’ll never be happy in a relationship. Get your own life first, then share it.”

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This Grit and Grace Life hosts, Darlene Brock and Julie Graham cross generational lines and draw from life experience to discuss all things life—from the boardroom to the bedroom, car-lines to college, being single, married or single again. Combining the two traits found in all women, grit and grace, they laugh, share insights and explore the road taken to find strength every day.

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