Sometimes we get so caught up in something that we don’t realize something we actually need to think about.
It can take a bit of a slap in the face from someone else to really get us back to where we want to be.
No one is saying you have to change what you’re doing to please a guy, but it is kind of helpful to know what they think about some common dating tactics.
And, hey, I’m a fan of harsh truths that no one wants to hear.
Aren’t you curious about how your ex dealt with your breakup behind closed doors? Do all guys head to Greece with a group of hot supermodels to party 24/7 and post sneaky Snapchats of other girls to get over their sad feelings like Jay Alvarrez did?
Do all girls make their way to a tropical island and spend a week in bikinis with other hot supermodels while posting furious sub-tweets without ever actually admitting to anything being wrong, like Alexis Ren?
Audio Transcript What would I say to a young college man who’s dating a girl?
I would say that the impulse towards pairing off is good, it’s from the Lord. I think a lot of young men and young women want to create this unique semi-covenanted space that, under God, doesn’t really exist.
If you look at how God identifies relationships between men and women, if you’re in Christ, you’re either brother and sister, or you’re husband and wife. I would encourage a young man, if you’re interested in a girl, think she might be marriable, spend time with her, great.
), I was curious to find out how dudes actually deal with the fallout of a relationship ending.
I’ve watched plenty of my own guy friends and family members deal with it, and I’ve noticed some consistencies… So, I researched it, and now I feel that I need to share the info with you guys.