We have thoroughly enjoyed writing this singles’ advice column for almost four years now. The questions we receive from “He Said-She Said” readers are always thoughtful and have really caused us to do some in-depth thinking ourselves when trying to offer you helpful advice.

As always, our answers are first and foremost informed by our own study of God’s Word and then by the spiritual journeys and life experiences each of us has gone through as single adults. How we respond to our readers is exactly how we would respond to our friends should we be having some coffee together and parsing through the everyday circumstances and complexities of the single life.

We look forward to answering more questions in “He Said-She Said” in the year to come. And now that we’ve increased the column’s frequency from monthly to biweekly, we hope you’ll consider submitting a question that you would like for us to answer (CLICK HERE to submit) in the days ahead.

Thank you for a year of great questions and interaction with us! And until 2012, we hope you’ll enjoy taking a look back at the questions answered this past year in “He Said-She Said” . . .


Can Long-Distance Relationships Really Work?
I know long-distance relationships are possible, but I don't even know where to begin. Do you have any thoughts or wisdom on this subject?
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Stop Thinking About Finding a Mate
They say that the moment you stop thinking about finding a mate is the moment it will happen for you. But is it even possible to stop thinking about it?
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Involvement with Married People
If I’m single and am attracted to or emotionally involved with someone who is married, separated or engaged, what should I do?
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Living in a Married World
All my coworkers talk about are their kids and husbands. I’m single and don’t enjoy the conversations because I feel left out. What can I do?
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When Parents Interfere
My parents are unbelievers and are threatening to disown me if I marry my boyfriend who is a believer. Why is the Lord allowing us to be ripped apart like this?
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