kathryn morris dating - Christian dating advice when to break up
Here are some Christian dating tips to help you if you've reached a point in your relationship where your boyfriend/girlfriend’s values interfere with your Christian beliefs.
And you are considering breaking up with your boyfriend/girlfriend...
True - what's in the heart comes out of the mouth but not always straight away! Love anything, and your heart will certainly be wrung and possibly broken.
If you can figure out incompatibility early on then it's a lot of heartache saved.
But by the same token don't judge a book by it's cover - some people take time to show their true colours, and not because they're insecure, there may be a whole load of reasons why they hold back.
It is better to live with short-term pain now than with lifelong regret later. You don’t want to be embarrassed in front of others, do you? Be tactical and firm in your approach – Ephesians • State why you feel the relationship won’t work for you.
Consider these Christian dating tips aimed at guiding you through the process of breaking up your relationship: • Choose a proper environment/setting for the discussion. • Don’t break up a relationship over the phone or using a text message or e-mail, answering machine. Always remember to focus on you and not the other person e.g “ I feel this relationship should end because…” • Don’t yield to the other person’s opinion, after all you didn’t decide to end the relationship for flimsy reasons. Let your “no” mean “no” – James You may find yourself feeling depressed after the break up. You may also discover that some friends may try to talk you into giving the other person another chance. your parents or other mature adults) how you feel – Proverbs • Pray to God about your situation – Psalms • Engage your mind in productive activities – 1 Corinthians • Don’t give to the tendency to keep to yourself.
For some people it may only take a few weeks to move on and others years.