Congratulations on your decision to start this journey toward emotionally and spiritually healthy love.It is my passion to help as many people as possible achieve relationship success, in love, with family members and all interpersonal relationships.I want to highlight this concept, too, in case someone reading this article is currently not in a dating relationship.
It’s advisable to walk through at least four seasons of life with someone to test the compatibility of the relationship.
I was working with a young woman who began dating a young Christian.
I’ve organized some of these lessons for you in the hopes that I don’t waste my pain.
Lesson #1 – Enjoy the Wait: Don’t Rush into Anything Before I found myself in a dating relationship, there were times of singleness.
Together, we can create a proactive plan to reach the life, relationship and career goals you have in your heart.
Having the “fear of abandonment” while in a dating relationship can leave you feeling vulnerable and insecure.A time that can enrich us so that we have filled ourselves up with Him enough to help nourish our soul.Why would God want to give us a relationship with someone if that very relationship would become the next idol in our life that stole more time and connection from Him, our Creator?Another metaphor for enjoying the wait is comparing it to just a season in life. An example of the importance of a cold winter can be seen in the planting of a Sequoia tree.These Redwood trees are beautiful, magnificent, and can last up to 3,000 years.I had to deal with deep reservoirs of insecurity and fear.