Christian dating questions women
Q: How long should a woman “wait” for him to step up and ask her out before she gives up on him and moves on?
A: Welcome to post #2 of this 10-part Dating Q&A Series.
This is definitely a question you want to ask the first day you meet. Don’t assume because he goes to church, has a relationship with God, and is a “God fearing man” that it’s understood that he will wait for you. While everything is still rosy, women might ignore the elephant in the room and end up wasting their precious time, or they pay later by being with a man who doesn’t fulfill their needs. A choice that you will have to live with for the rest of your life.
No need in wasting time or falling in love with someone who is emotionally unavailable. If having children is your heart’s desire, this is something you should discuss early on in the relationship. The point is to get singles who desire to be married to think carefully about what’s important to them and then to have open communication about these issues while dating. Asking questions doesn’t sound so weird or embarrassing when your health, sanity, and livelihood are at stake.
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