60: My Relationship Status is None of Your Business!

Woman tired of being asked about her relationship status

Have you ever been hounded about your relationships status?


I’m sure it bugged the crap out of of you.


Honestly, your relationship status is nobody’s business!


Regardless of that fact, some family members and friends just don’t care.


They make it their business to be all up in your business.


If you’d like to know how to keep your family and friends out your business or learn how to dealing with them pestering you about your relationship status, you must listen to the latest podcast episode, ‘My Relationship Status is None of Your Business!’:



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Episode Title: My Relationship Status is None of Your Business!


Guests: Sheree Follow Her on Twitter


Music: Goapele – Strong as Glass


Key Lessons:

  • How to deal with family and friends pressuring you to enter into a relationship
  • The importance of learning how to be comfortable by yourself


Hot Topics & Takeaways:

  • Sheree explains why it’s important for singles to get out of the house and do things they enjoy doing
  • The benefits of being able to spend one-on-one time with God as an unmarried person


Dangers and Difficulties:

  • How to determine if family and friends are genuinely concerned or just trying to get up in your business


Experience is the Best Teacher:

  • Sheree explains how she was able to extend and get the most of her prayer time with God


Fun Times & Stories

  • Sheree shares about her experience going to the Bahamas by herself


Hold Yourself Accountable:

Never give someone the ability to make you feel inadequate.


Apply the Principles:

“So we can confidently say, ‘The Lord is my helper; I will not fear; what can man do to me?’”  Hebrews 13:6 (ESV)


Take Action Now:

  1. Make a decision to happily embrace your singleness.
  2. Remind yourself that you don’t need another person to validate you or your value.
  3. Ignore the naysayers and negative chatter.
  4. Seek God daily and when needed for strengthening, courage and perseverance.
  5. Prepare yourself to be tested, because God will use tests to strengthen you and your faith in Him.


Show Some Love:

Please leave me a comment or a private message answering the following questions:

Have you ever had family or friends give you a hard time for being unmarried?


  • JOhn Crawford
    November 7, 2014

    Hey, J Shan dropping by:

    This episode is exactly my POV whether or not I’m Single or In a Relationship. The issue I always come to have is when the Lady I talk to has Her Family and Friends involved or knowledgable of the relationship.

    The line between Support and Nosy Folks is a Thin Line; also one that for many is on the Religious Perspective, so I understand to an extent. I’m Agnostic so I Get It and would love God- in whatever Religious Capacity- watches over and would bless a relationship. Everyone Else, if there is no Toxic Nature or Bias of the Negative Spaces or Condemnation, would be welcome as well

    • Jay
      November 8, 2014

      Yo! Watup J Shan?

      Thank you so much for dropping by. I truly appreciate that.

      Having too many people involved in a relationship can be a recipe for disaster. I definitely think it’s important to gain an understanding of how involved another person allows their family and friends to be in their lives and relationships, especially before entering into a relationship with them.

      I can’t even begin to imagine how it must have been to deal with other people being “in the know” about your relationship.

      You’re right about that line being very thin. In some cases, I believe it can even begin to overlap.

      Yes, discussion about religion, spirituality and other important topics should be explored before committing to a relationship with someone. At least, that’s my thought process.

      Thank you again for swinging by and sharing your thoughts and perspectives with me. It means a lot and I hope that you enjoyed the podcast episode too.

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