What Not To Say To Your Single Friend (And What To Say Instead)


February 12, 2018

Kaci Nicole

Much love,

  1. Cheyanne says:

    As a single girl myself in my early twenties, I’ve heard all of the cliches under the sun! While they used to bother me, I’ve learned not to take it so personally. I’ve also learned (and am becoming more okay with) that waiting for the perfect reassurance from other people will never happen. No one has ever walked in your exact shoes so assuming they’ll have the perfect response to your situation is unfair to both parties involved. Loved this post, Kaci! 🙂

    • Kaci Nicole says:

      Totally agree with everything you’ve said! Assuming is unfair and we can’t expect others to know what we are thinking or feeling. I think the important thing is being willing to help others understand, and to also ask questions and seek understanding – my hope in writing this post was to help bring some of that perspective to all sides of the equation. SO glad you liked it!

  2. Sarah McConnelee says:

    Thank you! This was well written! I can relate. I love how you said that marriage isn’t a prize for contentment.

    • Kaci Nicole says:

      I’m so glad it was relatable! YES, it’s totally not even though it’s made out to be sometimes. Thanks for reading, Sarah!

  3. Matt says:

    This is so good! I randomly stumbled upon this blog, glad I did. Your stuff is relatable to guys as well!

    “Telling your single friend God hasn’t brought her a relationship yet because she still needs to work on herself positions a relationship as something it isn’t.“

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