He didn’t get necessarily smarter–he got more experienced. Sometimes we all need a little practice with figuring out what we really want–not in terms of our “ideal spouse” but a real flesh-and-blood human.
“Do you think Christian girls make dating too serious? “I need a buffer of at least five dates before I’m thinking of any future at all! What if you completely jettison the idea of finding your husband or wife via dating, at least for the first five dates?
In fact, this isn't a singularly male phenomenon, except in the sense that men - due to their promiscuity - tend to be the ones breaking things off more frequently than women.
So how do you handle the situation if a man starts to "fade out" on you?
You can’t maintain 10 flirty friendships and expect to make space in your heart for one awesome husband or wife.
” Whether over coffee in my kitchen or on the hallowed ground of women’s small groups, I hear these murmurs constantly.Women sometimes complain about men "fading out" - that is, slowing and then ceasing contact after dating for a little while, or else just stopping it abruptly.The alternative, of course, is for the guy to call the girl and tell her directly (in these words or others) "I am not interested in seeing you again.If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.And unless someone’s making arrangements for you, it’s worth spending at least a little bit of time with the person before you decide if they are worth marrying. But it’s foolish to think that the way a girl or guy acts in a group of friends is the same as how they’ll act one on one.