Is it really OK to be single?
This is the question explored by Talia Good, as she shares her life's journey of pain and joy as a single woman, draws from the experiences of others, and searches the Scriptures and other material for the answers.
Many women do not marry. Why is this so? Countless voices tell the single woman that she is odd and has failed in some way. Is there any truth in this? Can the single woman be truly fulfilled and happy? How can she cope with the challenges of loneliness, sexual frustration, aging and financial issues? These are just some of the questions that Ms. Good raises and frankly discusses with the intention of fostering a greater understanding of the issues facing single women today.
Talia Good grew up on a sheep farm in the far south of New Zealand, surrounded by mountains, bush and the sea. Her love of nature led her to study Zoology and graduate with a Masters Degree in Natural Resource Management. For several years she worked as an advisory scientist for the New Zealand government in matters of land and nature reserve management. While still at high school however Talia met the Lord Jesus and in the following years felt Him calling her to live in Israel. In 1984 she left her homeland and went to Israel where she has lived ever since. Now she works at the American International School in Israel, as a consultant and coordinator in the Science Department. She lives with her little dog, Tami, in a small suburban house in a city on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.