I happened to find a portion of her book online at Google Books: Did I Kiss Marriage Goodbye?
Reading the book’s preface, I found something quite interesting.
With this type of situation, it is probable that at least some single women won’t get married but that wouldn’t lead to most not getting married as Carolyn Mc Culley observed happening with this group of single women.
For those who haven’t read my other blog pages, when I use the term “kissing dating goodbye” I am talking about the approach to single men and women that Josh Harris championed/promoted in his first book.
She also talks about going through the book with a group of “girls” ages 13-35 and how they connected with it.
Looking at this one would ask, maybe there is a connection between these women “kissing dating goodbye” and “kissing marriage goodbye.” It certainly is something to consider.
Is the fact that most of these women didn’t get married when Carolyn Mc Culley thought they should have been a cause and effect of “kissing dating goodbye” or are they just coincidental?
Carolyn Mc Culley even says about the “kissing dating goodbye” book that she finally realized that this was what she should be doing.
She then talks about 7 years later (doing the math), most of the women in this bible study group were still surprisingly being single. It is as if she is quite taken aback that most of these women didn’t get married or that in normal circumstances most of these women should have been married.