Christian dating being friends first
Ah, the dating scene: the awkward pauses, the nervous sweat.
Kinda makes you queasy all over just thinking about it.
Recently, some of my married friends told me how they missed the "thrill" of first dates.
In 15 years of dating, I don't know that I've ever been "thrilled." There are too many opportunities for Murphy's Law to rear its ugly head.
For those that feel this way, don’t be discouraged, but be mindful of what adjustments you can make to see some improvement in that area.
Here are 7 mistakes single Christian women should examine and consider correcting.
Today, especially among Christians, it seems group dating is preferred over the traditional one-on-one date.
"It's less stressful and easier to talk," explains Dan, a 29-year-old communications specialist in Orlando, Florida.
Many single Christian women use spending an excess amount of time in church as a cover-up to the fear that dwells within.
There are many single Christian women out there simply frustrated with the process of dating and relationships.
It can feel like there is so much unnecessary nonsense attached, and that causes some to lose hope.
Like when enthusiastic but spastic Steven spilled popcorn (extra butter) on my skirt, then wiped it up with a Coke-soaked napkin.
Or the dinner-date during which I got sick and ended up face-first in my plate of pasta.
He remembered I love "Dead Poets Society," so he brought that video.