Christian dating taking a break
Sometimes the best thing you can do for your future spouse is to not date.If your history looks serial, you might need to break up with dating for a while.
It’s a lie to think that you’re not moving toward marriage if you’re not dating someone right now.Sorrow in the midst of the severing is not only appropriate, but good. God created you to enjoy and thrive in love that lasts, like Christ’s lasting love for his bride.So feel free to feel, and know that the pain points to something beautiful about your God and his undying love for you. If you can come in and out of romance without pain or remorse, something sounds out of sync.It can be a time to regroup, grow, and discover a new rhythm for your future relationship.The relationship may be over because of a specific character flaw or failure. Now, you’re back at square one in the quest for marriage, and it feels lonelier than square one, and further from the altar, because of all you’ve spent and lost.
No one begins dating someone hoping to break it off someday.
If a relationship is "worth it" we need to feel connected, in sync, on things that matter to us. he cares more about sports than he does about me." If we don’t feel supported by the person we are dating, we want out.
Lack of supportiveness was the third most common reason for a breakup. he’s inconsiderate and thoughtless about my feelings . Discovering legitimate reasons for ending a dating relationship, unfortunately, is only the first painful step toward breaking up. And because it is so difficult and because it hurts, it’s easy to put it off-like delaying a root canal while the decay continues to fester.
And the easiest way to find it is to rebound right away.
But if we care about God, our witness, our ex, and our future significant other, we’ll wait, pray, and date patiently and carefully.
One of the worst and most popular mistakes is moving on to the next one too soon.