Dating detox


She enjoys engaging culture from a Christian perspective and challenges people to reclaim love and beauty from a society that has distorted both.

She hopes to one day swim with orcas or catch the first sighting of bigfoot, whichever comes first.

Go on a 30-day dating detox to recharge and refocus, which can lead to better future dates.

Here's what to do: The first step is to put your dating life on pause.

The good news is that you’ve earned some well-deserved R&R in a professional dating detox clinic where trained romantic healers will soothe your disappointments, treat your lingering wounds, and prescribe tonics to wash away your self-destructive habits. Alas, there are remedies you can use for yourself when you feel depleted and discouraged in your search for lasting love.

If you answered “C” or “D,” chances are you’ve been single for awhile now–and you’re suffering from overexposure to potent dating toxins that can reach dangerous levels if left untreated.

I’ve kind of slacked on my healthy eating and workout regimen, so first on the list is getting back on track. Find a passion project or maybe just learn something new. I mean, do you have any idea how difficult it is to do crunches in skinny jeans and 6 inch clogs? At the end of the 30 days, I’m hoping to have learned something about myself and the way I approach relationships. " data-medium-file="https://i0com/carolinekraddick.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Lacroixs-Over-Boys.jpg? fit=300,200" data-large-file="https://i0com/carolinekraddick.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Lacroixs-Over-Boys.jpg?