By Kris Reece, Counselor, Coach, Speaker Whether your divorce is a distant memory, or you are still in the throes of a legal battle, the question always looms, “When should I start dating?
” While some women will swear off men forever (or at least until they are lonely enough), others are itching to date even before the ink from the judge’s signature dries on the divorce papers..
Specifically, I want to cover the three things you need to know before you date again. Give yourself and your future relationships a fighting chance—only allow yourself to be captivated by a God-fearing man and follow God’s plan for your life, and you will inevitably bloom in this new season of your life.
Whether you plan on stepping back into the dating scene two years from now or tomorrow, keep these things in mind, and you’ll have a far greater chance of being happy—and be far less likely to kiss another toad.
Our Christian Counselors help you fortify your foundation through Christ.
We make sure any cracks in the foundation of trust and faith are filled in before you take your vows.
We work with you to understand where you are holding back and walk beside you as you let go of the fear that prevents you from getting closer to God and others.
You must decide before you go on the date what your limits will be.
It’s too difficult to think when passion overtakes you. You can resist temptation if you put on the whole armor of God (Eph.
You may be struggling with issues like trust, fidelity, and honesty.
These are tough things to talk about and without proper guidance, you and your partner can find yourselves in heated emotional battle struggling for power.