You might think that by having one or two divorces under your belt means that love simply isn’t in the cards for you.
For one thing, everyone deserves to be loved and you shouldn’t assume that you are going to be single forever.
Honesty is crucial: whether you're talking to your kids or letting a new potential love interest know what you want in a relationship, you have to be honest.
You will need to download and print the application.
As part of the application, you also need to submit a personal statement explaining your situation and financial need; instructions are included on the scholarship application.
Here are five things you need to do to ensure you're really ready to date again.
Although the ultimate goal when dating is to spend alone time with that special someone, you shouldn’t feel obligated to start one-on-one dating right away.
Once your application is complete and your personal statement is attached, you can submit the application in person at the WSR office or through email ([email protected]).
Students must be admitted to BYU and registered for classes in order to apply (not including online or Independent Study courses).
If they really like you, they will be willing to keep your feelings in mind.
Remember, change (and love) won’t happen in an instant; you have to be patient.
For more information on scholarships, check out BYU's scholarship website or this Guide to Finding and Applying for Scholarships for Women.
There are many options out there available, and we know you'll find these links helpful!
Single parent scholarships available through Women’s Services & Resources (WSR) are reserved for single parents.