Break-ups are always tough, but they’re even harder when the person you’ve been dating tells you that they’re ending things because God told them to. Someone once ended things with me by saying, “It’s what God wants” – and I can 100% say I’m glad that didn’t work out, but I wish she wouldn’t have played the God card.
I would have preferred that she just tell me how she was feeling.
Asking a girl out and going on a date should be fun and exciting. You’re not co-signing on a mortgage, you’re just getting dinner.
You’re going to need at least five more dates before you’ve got enough of his background info to start doodling his name on your notebooks… And if it doesn’t go well, then it’s not the end of the world… The Situation: Speaking of names doodled on notebooks… Even though it’s a great Catholic buzzword (here’s a throwback blog on it), many of us still don’t quite know what it means.
He Says: Women will be absolutely shocked if you ask them out on a date – to their face – and use the word ‘date.’ Women like men who are confident in person, not behind a keyboard.
If you’re nervous, that’s okay (she’ll think it’s cute).
Also, as a high school student, you should only be picking out tuxes for prom – not your wedding.
She Says: Listen, friends: our emotions, thoughts, feelings, hopes, and dreams are all normal parts of what it means to be human.
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Just don’t name-drop God because you think that will hurt the other person less… The Solution: It is important to be a person of prayer and do your best to follow God’s will in all your relationships.