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Don’t let these common rationalizations hold you back from breaking free from a career you hate.
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Nov09 Just don?t froget that there are many great Catholic women out there who are intelligent, educated, successful, and are still very feminine. Girls who are simply trying to live God?s will in their lives day to day, while serving the church, and those around them. Amen!I?ve thought about this often because it?s true ? sometimes I feel slighted or hurt by the attitudes that married Catholic women have towards unmarried Catholic women. Sometimes it seems like they want to say that they did something ?right,? while we are doing something ?wrong? or have chosen the wrong path. As if waiting patiently and prayerfully to meet my husband wasn?t hard enough! Then to have no support! I do find mommy blogs to be a near occasion of sin for me on certain days. I long to be a wife and mother ? but God hasn?t blessed me that way yet. I?m on His time, not mine, and it would be nice if married women remembered that, too.We all need to pray and support each other!
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