When we think of Valentine’s Day, we often think of big romantic gestures. Maybe a candlelit dinner or a gift of roses. The reality is that I have never experienced any of those things. Most Valentine’s Days I have been single. The only exception to … Continue readingNavigating Heartbreak: Novena to St. Valentine
As a person with a disability, I can feel lost. Questions run through my head.
What will dating be like?
Will anyone ever love me?
What is my vocation?
Luckily The Catholic Church has always held a universal vocation:
… Continue readingDating With Disability
I absolutely love the courtship approach to dating for my children, but it isn’t enough. Courtship is the idea that young people should only enter into an exclusive relationship when they are ready to get married. I have discussed in a previous blog post exactly what … Continue readingCourtship is not the Answer
A few years ago around this time of year, I made an inquiry on my Facebook Status, “To Prom or not to Prom, that is the question”. I figured I might get a few responses, but after 36 comments over the course of 3 days … Continue readingTo Prom or Not to Prom
It’s Valentine’s Day weekend and you’re so excited to see the latest romantic movie! Should you see the much-anticipated porno so graphic the female lead doesn’t want her parents to see it? And whose male lead felt so dirty while researching his part that he had to shower before touching … Continue readingMovie Review: “Old Fashioned” Is a Beautiful Modern Love Story