Spotlight on Getting Naked Later: Making Sense of the Unexpected Single Life by Kate Hurley

The author of Getting Naked Later reached out to me. This sounds like a great book for Christians and one that I could have used about 20 years ago when I found myself unexpectedly single.

Here’s the overview:

Will I always be lonely if I end up alone?

You thought you’d be married by now, but you’re not. Even though your friends in relationships love to tell you that singleness is a gift, this gift comes with its share of fear, grief, and still-to-be-answered prayers.

Life coach and singer-songwriter Kate Hurley has been there, and now she encourages you to open yourself to new opportunities and relationships of all varieties. Getting Naked Later will help you…

  • find family in your friends, church, and community
  • stop viewing the pursuit of a partner as a formula that demands a solution
  • hand over control of your life to God, finding peace in the knowledge that He has a plan for you

You don’t need to give up on romance, but you also don’t need to live on standby, expecting someone else to give your life meaning. Learn how to stop waiting and start embracing your life—right where you are.

Here’s some info on Kate:

About the Author

Kate Hurley is a worship leader, singer-songwriter, and teacher based out of Boulder, Colorado. She writes and has a passion to care for the poor through her art and her friendship. The mission statement for her life is “to paint an accurate picture of a passionate God.”  katehurley.com.

This sounds like a positive, Christian read for people who are examining themselves mid-life and wanting to life their best life.

Thanks, Kate, for reaching out to tell me about your work!

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