Christian dating tips for the first date
If you recently became single or just turned 31 and are beginning to notice how dating has changed, you came to the right place. Their relationship works because they are madly in love and they support each other in the ways that they both need to be supported.
Plus, they have a great time together, and neither of them could imagine a world without the other person in it.
When I was in my mid-20s, I wanted a partner who drove a nice car and could afford to take me to a fancy restaurant.
Although I still think these things are great, now that I’m in my 30s, I know that I want more in a partner.
However, you shouldn't be waiting around for a royal on a white horse to show up either.
As a single Christian man or woman, your faith is inextricably linked to your daily life – and your dating life is no exception!
But it’s important not to let this negative thinking get the best of you.
The relationship won’t be healthy, nor will it last.
Wanting all of these things is okay, but grilling every person you date to see if they have what it takes to fulfill your expectations is not.
Focus on having fun and getting to know the person.
I have a nervous personality, so I need someone who can tell me to relax.
I’m very social and I love entertaining, so I need someone who can hold their own and have a conversation without me around.
You’ll probably notice that there are common descriptors on the list.