Spend time with your friends, his friends or your singles group instead of having instant one-on-one time.That way you can prevent heartbreak for both parties if either of you discover that the other person isn’t right for you after all.Indeed it wasn't until virtual networks came into existence that the smaller circles we once ran in--and dated in--became unsatisfying.The logic goes like this: If I have a certain chance of finding a partner among the small group of people of I know, that chance must increase greatly if I extend my network to include thousands of people.
Once we find something above that level, great, let’s try it."Added to this, the metrics used by online dating services may not be the kind we naturally gravitate toward. How will the One who loves you most, God, figure in to your dating life?And, we read in 2 Corinthians , “Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. But remember, every marriage starts out with a first date.Wisdom is essential—in your dating life and in your whole life. As you follow the path of wisdom you grow up on the inside, and become more emotionally and spiritually mature. A mature person loves, accepts and respects herself.Without it we often do foolish things that hurt others or ourselves. She learns to put rejection and loss in perspective, and trust the bigger picture of God’s guiding hand.