I believe that every season has a purpose that prepares us for the next. Recognize that every season in your life is training ground for you. You can’t always see it, but God is adding to you. You are growing in your faith. God is molding you and preparing you for your destiny. Learning to love the single life is one of the best decisions that I’ve made in my life. I’ve been single since 2013, and I’ve never been happier. Sure, I don’t have a man around to open pickle jars, squish spiders, or lift heavy things, but I also know that one day God will bless me with my soul mate. Your being single will not last a lifetime. The worst thing you can do is panic and think you have to find someone immediately or your life is over. This air of desperation will zap the life out of a relationship with yourself or with anyone new for that matter. It makes you blind to the obvious red flags and puts you in all kinds of compromising situations. I implore you to embrace this special opportunity to get to know yourself and be happy. If you are uncomfortable spending time alone with yourself, what makes you think anyone else will feel comfortable spending time with you? This can be quite a challenge to someone that has continuously filled up their life with someone else only to discover that they really don’t know or like themselves at all. In this book, you will discover that there are three characteristics of an uncommon single. They are the following: 1. The uncommon single overcomes disappointments. 2. The uncommon single prepares for the future. 3. The uncommon single lives by faith.