Your last relationship didn't work out, and you got hurt--and maybe you also hurt someone else. Now what? Perhaps you are thinking about starting over with someone new, but you're nervous and wondering if you are really ready for another relationship.
William P. Smith tackles head-on the issues you need to face as you think about starting a new relationship--past hurts, learning to trust someone new, and understanding your own failings and mistakes. You will be reassured that God is at work in your life, and that growing in your trust and love for him will free you to love well those he puts in your life.
About the author:
William P. Smith, MDiv, PhD, is the director of counseling at Chelten Baptist Church, Dresher, Pa., the author of Loving Well (Even If You Haven't Been) and Caught Off Guard: Encounters with the Unexpected God; and the minibooks How Do I Stop Losing It with My Children?; How to Love Difficult People; Should We Get Married?; Starting Over; When Bad Things Happen; and Who Should I Date? He and his wife Sally have three children. For more information about William P. Smith visit surprisedbygod.com.