February 11, 2022: Single, Dating, or Married? This is what you should read next!
We could all use a little love right now
In the middle of pandemic burnout, all of us can certainly use a little more love in the air — regardless of your romantic status. Soak up this holiday weekend as a break from the dead of winter, and a reminder to focus on the relationships that matter most to you.
What vibes are you bringing into the Valentine’s Day weekend?
If you’re just excited to celebrate years(!) of married life with a date night...5 Things I’ve Learned in 10 Years of Marriage
If you have a super romantic night planned…4 Tips for Setting Sexual Boundaries
New BF and wondering if you should go public?...Here’s How to Know if You Should Post About Your Relationship on Social Media
Head over heels and falling in love with every Bumble match?...Easily Infatuated? How to Practice Emotional Chastity
Feeling stuck in a dating rut and a little cynical?...How to Make the Most of Dating in a Secular World when You’re Catholic
If you're feeling confused by all the dating advice out there...8 Busted Myths About Dating as a Catholic
If you’re single and not focused on dating right now…Your Vocation Doesn’t Start When You Get Married
**Bonus! What I’ve Learned from Living with Roommates as an Adult
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Here are a few other top picks for the week...
READ: It's Your Friends Who Break Your Heart
The older we get, the more we need our friends—and the harder it is to keep them, writes Jennifer Senior for The Atlantic.
WATCH: Authentic Connection and Emotional Intimacy
Learn why women and men get their wires crossed about emotional intimacy and what we can do about it.
LISTEN: Galentine's Day Spotify Playlist
You can celebrate female friendship no matter your relationship status. Brunching with the empowered women in your life? Tag @FemCatholic on Instagram!