It’s time to stop deceiving ourselves.
Someone recently figured out my personality type for me. I might expound more on this in the future, because I actually feel understood now, but there were a few things that stuck out to me. (I’m an INFJ, by the way.) First, people with my type tend to have many different creative interests and a problem choosing what to do. And secondly, they get burnt out often.
As a wedding photographer and a romantic at heart, you may be surprised at this statement: that I don’t believe in love at first sight. “WHAT?” you’re probably wondering. “What about all those stories of people madly falling in love at first glance?” Well, my friends, today we’re going to look at why I made such a shocking statement, and if there really is such a thing as “love at first sight”.
Growing up is tough. Life that is so simple suddenly becomes complicated at around age 13, and it seems like instead of figuring things out, more and more questions unravel as we get older. What does it even mean to be a woman? But more specifically, a Christian woman? Over the past few years, I’ve been on a quest for answers to that question. I’ve studied my peers, older women in my life, and I’ve read a few books. And I’ve started to find the answer.