Don’t make no difference if I’m wrong or I’m right
I’ve got the feeling and I’m willing tonight
Well, I ain’t nobody’s angel
What can I say? Well, I’m just that way
Rachel Marron proved in this song that she was no one’s perfect angel; stomping her foot declaring that she’s “just that way”.
A lot of women need to make the same statement. There are a lot of women who are feeling burned out from work and have lost their high determination and thrive within the business. Other women, however, do not feel fulfilled while being single. A study has done wit the Harvard Grant proved that women need to have a connection and relationships. Relationship expert Audrey Hope dug deeper with Elite Daily, noting that “love has become a drug to fill a void”.
So how do women find that self-fulfillment within themselves, and not let the enemy get into their heads with negative thoughts & loneliness? We spoke with dating and relationship coach Justine Mfulama about tools & affirmations that women can use when trying to come across their fulfillment in their lives. Justine believes it is her purpose to use her knowledge, compassion, and enthusiasm to teach and encourage young women to believe in themselves and see their self-worth so that they can attract a healthy, godly relationship.
& an EXTRA bonus?! You can download Justine’s free Workbook 5 Tips to quiet your mind and conquer loneliness!