Dating into relationship
Eharmony partnered with Stop, Breathe & […] Read more Dear Sara: After a year of going on dozens of so-so dates, I finally met a guy I really liked.
Our dates were lively and fun, and he was really cute.
My boyfriend firmly believes that Christ brought us together, yet I am the one who practices my faith.
I came to this site to ensure that God remains the principal focus here and that whatever happens, God will protect both of us." reading this article and watching this video, I'm meditating on the topic of relationships.
One of you sheepishly says: “So, anyway…” but you’re just kind of stuck and a painful silence lingers in the air. Even worse, they seem to happen more with people we just meet and more so with someone we want to make a good impression on. I’m giving you specific strategies you can use so that you never have to worry about running out of things to say on a date.
And you can feel like a break-up is not only severing the relationship but also dismantling your own image of who you are as a person.
I believe that the more a person rehearses God's word, the more it will become a part of them.
You’re on a date, everything is going great, but then the conversation just stops and an awkward silence ensues. We’ve all dealt with an anxiety-inducing awkward silence at one point in our lives.
Maybe you are second guessing the breakup itself – thinking of scenarios where things could have gone differently. I’ve been there enough times – somewhere stuck between wanting him back, wanting him to want me back, and hoping for us to get back together in the future.
And it doesn’t help when your ex is sending you mixed signals.