LIFE'S PATTERN OF GOOD

I WAS DATING a very nice guy I'd met at church. He seemed so perfect. He was courteous, diligent, and just an all around good man—and I appreciated that. We had a nice time together, but it was pretty clear to both of us that it would be a mistake to get married.

So, I should have been prepared when he broke up with me after several months, but instead it hit me hard. It started to eat away at me that such a good man didn't think I was the right kind of woman for him. Even though on one level I knew we were doing the right thing, and that I actually was a reasonably good person, I started to question my love-worthiness.

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