Dating Advice for Modern day Christians in New Self-Help Book

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Single mom Tara Ratney draws from personal, professional experience

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Before people take on any endeavor of serious consequence, I suggest they find their God-given purpose by opening themselves up to hearing His voice

Texting, social media and online dating are just a few of the newest trends affecting relationships today. In the midst of all these new avenues for meeting and engaging with people, Christians are challenged to honor their religious beliefs, while establishing meaningful connections and resisting physical temptations. It’s no easy feat.

I May Not Know What I’m Talking About But I’m Gonna Say It Anyway is a book of opinions about sexuality and the connections between men and women, accompanied by reflections from author Tara Ratney to help Christians navigate complicated romantic relationships.

“Before people take on any endeavor of serious consequence, I suggest they find their God-given purpose by opening themselves up to hearing His voice,” Ratney said. “Doing this can eliminate selfish encounters where using others becomes a tool for getting through life or doing something you’ll regret.”

A single mom and screenwriter by trade, Ratney said she was inspired by the film characters she writes about and saw an opportunity to make a difference in other people’s lives by providing insight on issues of relevance.

“I thought if people actually saw an illustration of the day-to-day journeys of life, a light bulb would go off in their heads and they might see themselves in the characters I’ve created,” Ratney said. “I hope to give people a better perspective of alternative points of view so we can better understand the world we live in.”

For more information, visit http://www.tratney.com.

I May Not Know What I’m Talking About But I’m Gonna Say It Anyway
By Tara Ratney
ISBN: 978-1-4568-0176-2
Available in softback, hardback and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

About the author
Tara Ratney is a Christian, single mother, screenwriter and artist. While she doesn’t consider herself a relationship expert, she hopes her observations will motivate readers to do some serious soul searching and seek help from those who do have the proper credentials to assist them in a quest to a more fulfilling life.

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317.602.7137
lmensching(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com

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