Guys advice for girls on dating
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Maybe you want a solid, godly relationship but you’re feeling a little discouraged.
The dating culture is just so crazy and it seems like all the good ones are taken!
Think about it…for every one less person that chooses not to play the game, that’s one less person conforming to the culture and every one of those “one less persons” add up!
There are good, strong Godly men and women out there.
She said that if he doesn't text or call, then he isn't worth my time.
There’s a guy’s study booklet and a girl’s study booklet so that you can go through them with your boyfriend or on your own!
Guys can appreciate when a woman puts in a little effort to look nice but if you’re constantly looking in the mirror or being vain about how your hair looks, it’s a major turn off. If you don’t know how he feels or where the relationship is headed, ask!
Don’t play into the dumb games by not asking where you stand just because you’re afraid you might not get the response you hope for.
She recently published her first book, Wholehe ARTed: A Coloring Book Devotional, released this past spring.
It is available for purchase via Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Lifeway, and more.If he’s leading you on or acting like you’re dating but unwilling to commit, you only affirm that it’s okay if you just go along with it and that doesn’t make the problem any better. But if it’s the other way around and you can’t give him a straight answer, if you’re playing games or unwilling to be honest, don’t be surprised if you get dropped.