I'm somewhat nervous to make a post given that this forum seems like people know each other & the possibility of getting banned seems more present than on other sites. I'm a 23 year old Byzantine Catholic. I started to look into Catholicism & Orthodoxy when I was 20. I had been going to a Presbyterian Church at the time, but I met a 31-year-old ByzCath man who ended up converting me & really bringing me towards Christ in a radical way. Two and a half years later, I go to Church every single day, have an active prayer life, and will likely (God willing) get married before I turn 24.
I'm working until I have children. It's a necessity right now since I'm single & have to support myself. When not at work or Church, I'm usually reading. I have a pretty big private collection of books, and am working my way through the Western Canon so that I can provide my kids with a classical education one day. Currently I'm taking a little break from old books to read American Pilgrim. Just finished Chapter 6!!
I don't really know what else to post, so here are my icons, along with my stuffed bear I got a little kid & a heart that my boyfriend won me at a fair:
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I hope to get to know some of you!!
Hi Debra, forgive me for being forward. But can I ask your advice? I'm 26 and single and I want to get married to a good man and have children. But I can't seem to find a good man. I live in a very liberal place and my family are leftist and sometimes it seems like I'll never marry. So do you have any advice on meeting and keeping a good man?Hello Ladies, recently discovered this forum and took an interest. I am in my mid-twenties, Christian and married with children. Hoping to connect with like minded individuals, as well as engage in many enlightening conversations.
Welcome! I also live in Australia! I didn't think NSW was full of leftists too?Hi Everyone!
I've been lurking on this site for a while.
Like many of us, I'm a former feminist and I've now turned to Christ.
I'm 26 and still single but I want to be a wife and mother so badly! I'd been seduced by the "career woman" trope and
spent most of my time since 15 years old working constantly, so I have sadly missed out on building good friendships or
even a social circle.
I live in NSW, Australia and it seems like I'm surrounded by liberals and leftist, so it seems almost impossible to build friendships
with redpilled women, let alone find a husband.
I'm rediscovering my femininity and I love it! I've even started to like doing dished, lol (something about the cleaning a order speaks to me).
So happy to be here to learn from you ladies!
God bless you, I was just thinking today about how difficult it would be to be a single parent and raise a child in this climate.I'm older too. Single mom. I have an 11 year old girl. She is being exposed to way too much for my comfort level. But I am our breadwinner, and I work. We are looking to move to where I can afford a home and have some animals and raise her closer to nature and my values. In the process of that now.
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding and marriage! Keep us posted, I love hearing about weddings and plans. There’s a thread or two with some tips if you haven’t checked them out yet.Hello everyone!
I've "lurked" around this Forum for a while, but never had the courage to participate. Since there's a place for women now, I decided to say hello and leave a little intro of myself.
I'm Selena, 20 yo (almost turning 21), a practicing Christian, and I'm engaged to be married soon (hopefully by the end of summer). As you can imagine, my mind is filled with plans, hopes and fears for the future. I hope to learn a lot from all of you.
Thank you so much, Leeloo. I promise I'll try to participate more from now on. My wedding will be a very modest cerimony, with just our immediate family and a few friends. I'll keep you all posted.Congratulations on your upcoming wedding and marriage! Keep us posted, I love hearing about weddings and plans. There’s a thread or two with some tips if you haven’t checked them out yet.
I also work in a public school system, and I understand exactly what you mean. Future thread possibility for sure...Currently work in the public school system and I find it to be extremely conflicting towards my faith, but that's a story for another day.
God bless you all!