Sometimes, it is difficult to tell a wolf in sheep's clothing. A person can go to church, be well respected, and seem like a very nice person. Yet, behind closed doors, this same person might be someone entirely different. They might be manipulative, needy, or even abusive. Often, when faced with such a situation it is difficult to follow your intuition, speak up, and walk away.
The Christian Lady's Dating Constitution tells women of faith that being a Christian does not mean compromising your beliefs, force you to make decisions against your will, or letting someone abuse you. In fact, there are plenty of passages in the Bible that unequivocally state that faith and love are our birthright and that abuse of any kind should not be tolerated.
I think The Christian Lady's Dating Constitution is going to help a lot of young women. Often, women are afraid to stand up and be seen as mean or rude. They convince themselves that they are being unreasonable or unrealistic so they give into seemingly small transgressions. Then, gradually over time find themselves in difficult situations.
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This book is outlined as a constitution which consists of a Bill of Rights that Christian ladies are encouraged to follow according to Biblical principles. Many Christian publications are confined to topics which discuss purity and abstinence; thereby neglecting subjects such as the indications of unhealthy relationships. In this book the author reveals her past unhealthy relationship with her "Christian" ex-boyfriend, she also outlines the different scenarios Christian females may face in dating relationships along with Biblical solutions on how to face each situation. The purpose of this book is to help Christian ladies gain discernment regarding friendships, associations, and boyfriends.