Journey with Judith is a personal opinion based, thought provoking, and interactive blog about Judith, a 42-year old virgin. Judith has chosen to abstain from sex until marriage and she would like to discuss the “taboo” issue of abstinence with others. She will explore how she views abstinence and the benefits of abstinence prior to marriage.
Judith hopes to open the dialogue of communication surrounding sex and the lack of sex in the 21st century. She also hopes to blend her personal experiences and education in an effort to help other people resolve conflict within their interpersonal relationships. Judith’s opinions are the reflection of a decidedly Biblical view with a contemporary delivery.
Judith believes that many health problems can be caused as a result of a toxic relationships or the lack of relationship with others. We all need to feel loved by someone or something.
Being loved allows us to feel valuable and worthy; therefore allowing us to be our best selves. Experts say, that the lack of access to healthy relationships may sometimes cause people to make bad decisions about interpersonal relationships, job choices, living arrangements, school choices, and other major decisions.
Join Judith on her journey as a 42-year old virgin. See how she navigates through life as it pertains to career, dating, education, diet and health choices, and mentoring. Let her know what you think and share your journey with her.
Judith holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from The University of California at Los Angeles. She also holds a Master of Science Degree in Urban Public Health from Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Public Health with an emphasis in Community Health Promotion and Education with hopes of graduating in 2017. Judith will share her personal story and life experiences in this blog in an effort to help others live joyful, less stressed, and ultimately healthier happier lives.
Judith would like to offer insightful ideas to her readers about options for handling certain situations as she has cared for her disabled parents for the majority of her life. She has battled with toxic sibling relationships, she dealt with her father being estranged for a period of time, she has dealt with the death of both of her parents. She struggled with the loss of her Mother, as her Mom was her main supporter, and she has done so with the support of an older sister who had a huge hand in raising her too.
Judith has always dreamed of sharing her story and hopes that others will also feel the freedom to share theirs too through her interactive blog. Judith’s blog is simply her opinion, so if you decide to take any of her advice then it would be like taking advice from a friend. You do not know if the advice will work, but you may try the advice out just to see. Judith is excited about her blog and she hopes that you will be too, so sit down, grab a cup of tea or a snack, and take this Journey with Judith.