In a nutshell, you are content with with someone else's emotions. You even let it slide that he or she steals all the covers while you shiver yourself to sleep.…and you still don't like watching movies.Once you stop looking, someone will walk into your life and sweep you off of your feet. You just watch them because your significant other loves action-packed films (ugh). Well, it's so painful because once you fall for the right person, that pain is positive pain. Who knew it would be so painful to care so much about someone else?“If you fall for that old-fashioned notion of ‘waiting on God’ for your spouse, you are likely to still be waiting when you are ninety years old!”For many young women, these arguments can seem compelling.
It's true love when you forget about the negativity in your life just because you are with your significant other.…until you ran in to your boyfriend/girlfriend's arms for a big hug. If there is one person you love to hug, keep that person in your life.
After all, I’m not getting any younger, and I don’t want to wait forever!
A plethora of books, blogs, advice columns, and magazine articles have surfaced in the last few years, attempting to give Christian young women some helpful tips for snagging a godly guy and achieving that much-desired state of wedded bliss.“Call him up and invite him out to coffee! “Just because you are the woman doesn’t mean you can’t give the guy a nudge in the right direction. “When it comes to finding a husband, if you snooze, you lose!
Committing to a partner is scary for all kinds of reasons.
But one is that you never really know how the object of your current affections would compare to all the other people you might meet in the future.