It's Okay You're Not Married: A bright new perspective on being a single woman

It's Okay You're Not Married: A bright new perspective on being a single woman

by Holly Sloan

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Overview

Holly Sloan is a never-married, educated, independent woman. Holly struggled sporadically with self-worth and value as a never-married. As a person who acknowledges gratitude on a daily basis, she has felt thankful in many ways for never having been married, especially based on feedback from various married peoples’ stories.

When Holly realized her negative self-value judgments were a result of outside comments and opinions, she wanted to appreciate the assets of bachelorette status openly.

Holly also finds the humor in the stereotypes of being a never-married woman. When she found kittens in her yard at age 40, she felt that God left them specifically for her to get a laugh and told Him, “Well played.”

Holly thought that the rhymes that have played in her mind for two years might be worth sharing when she reflected on how many friends she has who have never married.

For the record, if ever proposed to by the right person, Holly would say “yes.”



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ISBN-13: 9781922439000
Publisher: Tablo Pty Ltd
Publication date: 05/08/2020
Pages: 56
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.15(d)

About the Author

Holly Sloan is a never-married, educated, independent woman. Holly struggled sporadically with self-worth and value as a never-married. As a person who acknowledges gratitude on a daily basis, she has felt thankful in many ways for never having been married, especially based on feedback from various married peoples' stories. When Holly realized her negative self-value judgments were a result of outside comments and opinions, she wanted to appreciate the assets of bachelorette status openly. Holly also finds the humor in the stereotypes of being a never-married woman. When she found kittens in her yard at age 40, she felt that God left them specifically for her to get a laugh and told Him, "Well played." Holly thought that the rhymes that have played in her mind for two years might be worth sharing when she reflected on how many friends she has who have never married. For the record, if ever proposed to by the right person, Holly would say "yes."

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