Your partner shouldn’t be a twenty-five year old teenager, comfortably complacent, unmotivated and lazy. They should be on an upward path of constant self-improvement and inspire the same in you.
Finding the one
But the day I met you, everything had changed. I could see life in a whole new perspective. The day we looked into each other’s eyes for the first time, I had known in my heart that we could BE something. I knew in my heart that there HAD to be a reason for why I had met you.
Somewhere along the way, someone will teach us how patience and a leap of faith could lead to better and brighter beginnings, how we shouldn’t keep our walls up too long and high because something good is coming.
Many Christian ladies want a man that “knows where he is going”… but God’s men usually don’t have a clue.
Your idea of a relationship watering hole is a bar. (Hint: it’s probably not.)
What if one day you meet someone who might be perfect for you but not perfect in that moment. What do you do?
I found the guy who wants to know about my past and wants to be a part of my future.
Life is too short to waste on things that you’re not doing for the sake of love. Time is too precious to spend with people who are way less than what and who you deserve.
Anxious — Accept that pain is part of life, and it’s especially part of a life well-lived. You’re going to have to risk being hurt if you want a chance at really being loved.
it’s important to remember, it’s important to stop focusing on what a person lacks, what they could do better in, where they could make more effort. It’s important to stop chasing after this unrealistic prince charming, to stop placing expectations on a person because no one will ever measure up to an idea someone else has created of them.