My insecurity and immaturity were working overtime. It turns out, dating can be a lot like a giant game of “Red Light, Green Light.” Red flags and deal-breakers Many of us start dating with a mental checklist for our future spouse.
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Or b) call the whole thing off until further notice?
I think most of us would choose the latter, and would recommend thus to any friend or family member having serious doubts.
But willfully ignoring warning signs along the road is stupid. Remember playing “Red Light, Green Light” as a kid? Every once in awhile, “yellow light” was shouted and everyone had to proceed with caution.
Looking back at some of the stunts I pulled and situations I got myself in, I’m ashamed. Everything mimicked the traffic rules adults were supposed to abide by.
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QUESTION: What should I do if the person I am interested in, or currently dating, seems to barely make an effort? They talk about the future, but won't make time for me right now.According to reporter Katherine Bindley, the website Indie ...It can be difficult to be clear-headed in a dating relationship.It is easy to see only the positive in the other person and completely ignore any warning signs. It would be foolish to date someone and not even consider the possible outcomes.Not only would it be foolish, but downright selfish.Otherwise, why would God want us to be in union with another? It may be time to clearly determine for yourself (if you haven't already), “What am I looking for and expecting in a relationship?