Dating is daunting, and kind of, it seems, dying. Men aren't asking women out. Ladies aren't necessarily saying yes even if they are. There's this backwards attitude that a woman can't necessarily pursue a man, and if she does, that makes her a raging feminist or somehow emasculates the guy, who isn't taking initiative in the first place for whatever reason.
Katie and Tommy aren't necessarily relationship experts, but they did date one another (successfully) and are now happily married with a child, so they've got a few thoughts on how to date, why people should go out on casual dates, and big questions to ask when pursuing a relationship with someone.
Whether you're already married, already in a relationship, happily dating around, or single (including the priests and religious out there), the 10 Principles of Good Dating & Healthy Relationships are useful to know, if for no other reason than they're ultimately about being a good person.
*10 Principles of Good Dating & Healthy Relationships *
- Do it. Go on dates.
- Be bold.
- Be honest.
- Be creative.
- Be good company.
- Be you.
- Be future-minded.
- Be free.
- Be simple.
- Be faith-filled.
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