College christian dating advice

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So while you might be thinking he’s a cool guy to watch Netflix with, he might be thinking you’d look great in a long white gown walking down an aisle covered in flowers. It feels cliché to say stay positive, but I mean it. I kid, but this is all to say that it’s important to be honest with one another. ) For those of you who hope to graduate in four years with a degree it’s important to keep your eyes on the prize. Life is so much more than your college dating life. ” Whether over coffee in my kitchen or on the hallowed ground of women’s small groups, I hear these murmurs constantly.“My daughter was interested in this nice Christian boy, but he strung her along for a year and a half.

You can’t maintain 10 flirty friendships and expect to make space in your heart for one awesome husband or wife.

It seemed like everyone I knew met their spouse or S.

The big, wide world (and a new and improved George) is just around the corner!

It’s a new environment, you might be on your own for the first time, and the idea of a stable relationship might be appealing. You can start the Dog Rescue Club without any concern about your limited free time.

You want someone to tell you “I like you” and maybe even “I love you.” I encourage you to hit the pause button. Take time to be you and learn more about who you are. If you meet the man or woman of your dreams, that’s great! It’s a rare time in your life where you can be a little selfish, and I say take advantage. When I went to college I thought it was my only window of opportunity. I was sure it would happen, and when it didn’t, I tried to figure out why.

It’s like arranged marriages where no one is making the arrangements, and it doesn’t seem to work very well. Here’s what I think it would require: Stop evaluating whether the guy who’s taken an interest in you is strong and tenderhearted enough to raise your future kids.

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