Weddings as a single person can be weird.
I know what you’re thinking. Yes, weddings are festive celebrations of love and an opportunity to witness a covenant between two people we (presumably) care about. There’s a lot to love about them. Cake. Pals. Chaotic dancing. I’m not here to rain on anybody’s parade.
Let’s face it. Stuff can be more than one thing. My favorite sweat shorts can be comfy and unfashionable. Kale can be healthy and overrated. Weddings can be fun and complicated. Especially for us single folks.
There’s a lot to weigh and wade through. Finances. Emotions. Recovery. Do you know anyone going who might be willing to split a rental car? Will there be a boat load of annoying clichés that make marriage out to be God’s ultimate goal for every human person? Do we have time to rest from all the festivities before resuming our regular life responsibilities?
What makes things even more derpy is the fact that we feel like we aren’t supposed to have complicated feelings. A wedding is a party, after all! To borrow a clicheé, it’s the happiest day of the couple’s life!
I get it. I’m a human person who happens to be single and attends weddings. What I’ve found is that our feelings are going to happen whether we want them or not. If we don’t deal with them, they’ll just end up coming out sideways.
You might be thinking, Ahh, if only there were a fun, practical digital resource to help me prepare for and recover from a wedding. Never fear! I just released an ebook that’s designed to do just that!
The Single Christian’s Wedding Survival Guide will help you prep for everything cringy, upsetting, and amazing about a wedding. It’s loaded with tips and reflective questions that will walk you through things— before, during, and after. It’s short. It’s snappy. And most importantly, it means you don’t have to walk through all this alone.
This jam-packed ebook is available exclusively in my website shop for just $7.
If you’re a single Christian tired of plodding through wedding prep all by your onesie, this guide is for you.
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