What are the biblical guidelines for dating relationships
One of the easiest ways to lose your objectivity and balance in this is to let yourself worry about what your date thinks about you.I call this “getting into your date’s head.” If you spend your time essentially trying to look at yourself through your date’s eyes, guessing what he or she is seeing when looking at you, or hearing when listening to you, you’ll miss what’s really happening.If you keep the focus of your attention on being pleasant, having fun, and not getting too far ahead of the relationship, you will be great company.
What your date thinks of you is not really your business. If you've decided not to continue the relationship but feel you can't say so, don't make empty promises.
Be complementary whenever possible, and respond intelligently to whatever is said to you.
• Have Fun Don’t Get Too Heavy Keep your date light and easy, and have a good time.
• Use the Power of Charm Remember how powerful your smile can be, and use your eye contact and ask questions to keep the conversation flowing.
Think about what interests you about your date, and show interest in his or her opinions, experiences and activities.
So many people ask me questions about dating that I thought I’d share some guidelines, do’s and don’t’s with you; to help you make dating fun, safe and successful.