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Since my life isn’t together, I think you’ll reject me. This letter is a call for humility – to stop blaming the opposite sex for the downfall of your relationships and to take responsibility for the things you can control. When I was 31, I hadn’t thrown out the list, my life wasn’t together, I was dating the wrong person, I needed to date more to understand what I like, I wasn’t able to appreciate the right woman until life kicked my ass, and I was too focused on what I was getting instead of what I was giving. I don’t know how to create the feeling of home that lives in my heart. Or even myself — I’m still figuring out who that is. In a society where marriage has been held up as the ideal, they misunderstand how those who’ve never married, or who are widowed or divorced, experience living alone. It’s astonishingly self-aware, and is the kind of letter I wish I received more, instead of the one blaming men for all the ills of the world. Then you read this letter by Emily Bracken posted on Medium and reposted on Huff Po. I’m around the corner, down the street, on Facebook, in your office, at our local coffee shop, a complete stranger. In the meantime, which of the things on Emily’s list will you admit to?
As we age, many of us start worrying what living alone will be like. Those of us who sought a single life and chose not to remarry after a divorce or spouse’s death might find ourselves rethinking our priorities. I encourage you to look at her and ask yourself how you can encourage her. But if your wife has lost her zeal, don’t chalk it up as lack of discipline or passion. One small gesture can spark tremendous change in her heart and life. If you place all of these things above your wife, and then wonder why she seems depressed and boring, then you need a wake up call. With God’s help, you have the power to peel back the layers of insecurity that envelope your precious wife. There are exciting moments and there are dry emotional deserts that seem to stretch on for miles.There are other ways to connect and grow our social circles, too.Facebook is a great place to chat, keep up with friends’ activities and even play games with them, like the popular game Word with Friends.