1. Seek God Any relationship that puts seeking God as a priority will find that it has an endurance and strength that is unmatched.
I am still unable to wrap my head around this whole thing. It angers me that someone can seem so believable and honest, when in reality, everything is actually a lie.
We don’t always want to hear the truth.
When you’re in the dating scene, you’re occasionally going to have to reject someone at some point down the road.
Listen to what you want to do, and then make proper arrangements to do it.
There is a lot of risk in being honest, especially, I think, with those we love the most – What if he gets angry and shuts me out? What if she stares back at me blankly? What if I have it all wrong?
4. Always let somebody know if you appreciate something they have done for you.
Even your unhappiness in a relationship doesn’t make it all right. Unhappiness is no excuse for dishonesty.
I cannot disguise my disgust and contempt for the idea that honesty is the overall best strategy. Many people use some iteration of this idea, and attempt to blame the other person if they do not take it constructively.
Truth-telling, traditionally less cool than its disreputable cousins, lying and secrecy, is finally having its moment.