Later, I went through a rather public breakup, and people within the church constantly asked me what happened—not out of care or concern, it felt, but out of a desire to know the details, to be able to better decide which side to take as our community severed.
If you’ve dated in the Christian circle for any length of time, you, too, probably have humorous stories as well as scars.
Women, on the other hand, tend to get stuck in the details, the nuances, the “clues” both real and perceived.
In the midst of this quest to figure out what’s going on and where he stands, they often lose sight of what’s important (the actual relationship, and how it is in the here and now).
Infatuation usually occurs at the beginning of a relationship. A long time ago, I saw this great girl from another college at a frat party. Do you find yourself jumping from one relationship to another all the time? [Read: 9 new relationship traits to keep in mind while starting a new relationship] Are your friends ruining your relationship?Here are five things you might unknowingly be doing that can ruin your relationship: 1.Jumping the gun This scenario might sound familiar to you. You go out a few times and realize that he basically has every quality you want in a man. but you can’t help but think how perfect it would be if it worked out and you ended up together.The wisest man in the bible, King Solomon said, Guard your affections, for out of them come the issues of life.