Dating from mans perspective
That being said, I interviewed a group of single and married men this weekend about their dating experiences. A girl who is constantly seeing the negative in everything or complaining about little things is a red flag to a guy.As I spoke with them, they expressed the major things that turn them off in the dating phase. He wants to spend his time with someone who is refreshing and positive to the soul. No one likes to be around someone who brings them down.Relationship building with the opposite sex is risky, but in the created order of God's universe two become one (Ephesians ).However, this will never happen for you personally until you, as a man, accept your God-given role.Incidentally, I have a full length feature version of this that is much more in-depth that I am trying to shop around…If you have some contacts in the magazine biz, would love some help.) The Trouble With Dating Today – The Men’s Perspective So much has been written about the difficulties of succeeding in the dating market, but every single article out there only mentions the difficulties for women.But, it wasn’t until this weekend when I was talking with some of my husband’s friends that I learned we might not be so innocent in the brutalities of this dating/relationship game.We might actually have something to do with the jaded bad boys we so often complain about to our girlfriends. As women, we hold a feminine power that can either be used to empower men or break them down.
You can be making a total mistake, but as long as you're confident, it will turn out okay. It's peaceful to lie in someone's arms in the dark with great music or even the low buzz of the TV (although that tends to distract me) in the background.
Hang around Christian singles long enough and you're sure to encounter a certain emotion. Women, on the other hand, are frustrated because they want men to take initiative, to lead. Don't believe everything you hear; Christ-centered women still believe that God assigned respective roles to the sexes. Stepping Up I'll say more about this later, but for now I'll just blurt it out—it takes a man to be an initiator.