Despite over a decade of prayer, a proper attitude toward the commitment and responsibility of marriage, and realistic expectations, it just hasn’t happened. But, at the same time, in this long season of singleness, I’ve had a lot of time to think and pray about these things.
I’ve wrestled with what I believe about dating, its purpose, and whether or not it’s good for me to date (with proper boundaries, of course!
Even if you’re doing well, the insights you’ll gain from this much-needed book can help you fine-tune or even completely readjust important areas of your dating life.
There is life after a failed relationship, as long as you Don't Call That Man! In this inspirational, revolutionary guide to letting go and moving on after the trauma of a breakup, psychotherapist Rhonda Findling teaches women how to triumph ... For women 35 to 95, it’s time to get proactive if you want to find a husband. But if you want to build healthy relationships with God and others, learning to keep your love on is non–negotiable. After a relationship impasse, Barbara Feldon universally known as the effervescent spy "99" on Get Smart found herself living alone.
The rules for finding the right mate change later in life, as there are fewer eligible men and fewer opportunities ... Little did she know that this time would become one of the most enriching and joyous periods of ...
Practically speaking, dating relationships should be invited and wanted, not pressured or coerced. We can taper how much we express; it's best to not always say everything we feel.
Dependence or co-dependence cede that which God has granted to every person in his image by divine right (Matt. It is wrong for a person to have a kind of control in a romantic context that God does not call any person to give to another (see 2 Sam. We never owe anyone a specific emotion or a particular amount of it. You are each your own person walking with God and neighbor, and you undercut your ability to give love in a safe and stable way as soon as you become anything less.