It's ironic, the more time I spent with him, the more alone I felt, yet somehow I feared the unknown more. Truth is, I let him treat me badly and that's tough to swallow.
We’ve all had that friend that has been in the wrong relationship, right? Wrong for you today doesn’t forever mark this man as a hopeless case.
We want to offer her earth-shattering words of caution or life-changing wisdom that will change her situation. ) However, oftentimes, we’re left on the sidelines watching and praying. If you find that he is creating more burdens for you, in any way, he is not enriching your life. God puts us in relationship with other people for fellowship. Discipline is necessary to react in love, when others have hurt you or holding your tongue, when they’ve engaged you in name calling or arguments. It simply means for this season, he is wrong for you.
Today, I want to focus on the warning signs that single ladies often ignore in their pursuit to find that Mr. Consequently, they become knee-deep in love, throwing every caution to the wind, with Mr. However, when you find yourself making excuses on a regular basis for your boyfriend’s bad mood, rude behavior, inconsistency, lack of involvement with church or family, financial despair, or any number of other issues, there’s a problem. They are determined through prayer and personal conviction. Proverbs says that “…she will greatly enrich his life.” This passage is discussing how the Proverbs 31 wife enhances her husband’s life, but I think the same can be said of a great future husband. All of these relationships demand your time and attention.
If you find yourself on eggshells around him (or when you bring him in front of other people), this is a huge red flag. You shouldn’t even begin to date until you’ve established what your personal boundaries are. Ignoring boundaries doesn’t happen blatantly, at first. It’s similar to telling a “little, white lie.” It starts small. At i we want to help you grow in healthy relationships whether you’re single and dating, newlyweds, married or widowed.
If you find that he starts humming a tune, drumming his fingers on the table, or doesn’t even acknowledge the fact that there’s a bill to be paid, stake him to the ground.