When All You Want for Christmas Is a Boyfriend

The holidays can be the most wonderful time of the year. They can also be the most lonely. It may feel like everyone is in a relationship except for you. All you want for Christmas is a boyfriend.

We remember those days. We remember the loneliness, jealousy, wishing that we had someone special to kiss under the mistletoe. We get it.

Your single status may be more obvious during the holidays, but this doesn’t have to be a miserable time of year. With a few helpful truths and practical tips, you can learn to thrive during this season, with a boyfriend or without.

Watch this video to learn how.

Merry Christmas, LYWB.com readers! It’s a privilege to share words and stories with you on this blog, and our team cannot wait to keep writing to you in 2020—but we need your help to keep identifying lies and replacing them with God’s Truth! The Lies Young Women Believe blog is donor funded. (Did you know that?!) If you’ve been encouraged through this ministry, would you consider supporting us by giving a few dollars? You can learn more about our year-end needs here. 

Thank you, readers! We are honored to seek Jesus with you. 

— Samatha Nieves, Lies Young Women Believe blog content manager

About Author

Bethany Beal

After a brief experience in the modeling industry, Bethany’s eyes were opened to how self-absorbed and lost her generation of young women really are. She and her older sister were inspired to start a blog (www.GirlDefined.com) and wrote a book Girl Defined: God’s Radical Design for Beauty, Femininity and Identity. Their passion is to help young women find God’s truth about beauty and womanhood and the freedom that comes from living a radically different life for Christ.

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