Dating too soon
Debra Fileta, professional counselor and author of True Love Dates, says this: “More powerful than a kiss, more seductive than an embrace, there is something that happens when two people connect emotionally.
Something that has the capacity to outweigh even the physical. Here are some guidelines to help you set reasonable, healthy, God-honoring emotional boundaries in dating that will help protect both you and your special someone.
We are created by God to connect and yearn for relationship with one another. It’s only natural that as you get to know and like someone, that you desire for them to know and like the you.
But for many, the temptation can be to go too deep, too fast – especially emotionally. Why is it vital for us to guard our heart, as the writer of Proverbs puts it, .
You've heard it all before because it's true: No two peoples' bond is exactly like the bond between two other humans on earth.
When deciding if a month is too early to say "I love you," I think you need to ask yourself three things: "Do I want to say it? " and finally, "How upset will I be if my partner doesn't say it back to me?
I have a theory that the amount of time spent entering into a relationship is directly proportional to the overall length of said relationship.
As humans we all have the desire to know and be known by others.
I was 21 years old when I drove from Texas to Colorado with my friend Christie to attend the wedding of a friend from Japan. Unbeknownst to me that very evening my future husband sat across the dinner table from me.
At the reception we discovered with delight that the bride’s mother had arranged to seat all the single people at the same dinner table so we could “mingle.” “Who knows what might happen? It wasn’t long before we began a long-distance courtship, got engaged, and then married.
" I am sure there are beautiful relationships out there that evolved extremely rapidly, with "I love you" being said even earlier than a month in, but I also think it's very important to protect your heart, at least a little bit.
Maybe try writing "I love you" down on a paper or doodling "Mrs.