Intimidating women relationships
CHAPTER 2 | Overqualified for Love Imagine, as newspapers and magazines recently have, the “plight of the high-status woman.” She is a well-educated young woman in her 30s, earns a good salary, and has a great social life — but she is single and is worried that her success might be the reason she has not met a man to marry.
Any hint of bad news about the successful or talented has always made headlines, but media pessimism about the happiness and life balance of millions of young, career-oriented women has struck a chord nationwide.
Each of the sponsoring departments are committed to developing and sharing resources that address many expressions of abuse against women, children, and men.
Download logo Although it is an uncomfortable subject for many people, it has become more and more obvious that abuse is a serious problem for Christians, for Seventh-day Adventists.
For a generation of SWANS — Strong Women Achievers, No Spouse — these myths have become conventional wisdom.