Duck duck goose dating
So go ahead: choose someone, don’t wait to be chosen. What are your thoughts on putting yourself out there, being vulnerable, and choosing someone? Aleeza Ben Shalom is the Marriage Minded Mentor you can count on when you want clarity in dating for marriage.
She is the author of Get Real Get Married, your guide to getting over your hurdles and under the chuppah!
Do you date endlessly, all the while wondering why you can’t find anyone?
If the whole world is at your feet and you just can’t figure out which one to choose, try narrowing your options. This will keep you from comparing your dates to one another to see which one is best.
Even if you’re generally good at making decisions, picking one person with whom you will spend your life may trip you up.
Here are a few ideas on how to gain clarity and choose the one.
Work hard and train yourself to see your own pasture.
What is the difference between sincere interest in someone else and the general feeling of the grass being greener?
Wanting to revisit a past relationship is quite different than feeling like there will always be something better out there.
If the latter is true, that hints at a character flaw that can be rectified.
It is not easy to be married to (or be the child of or be employed by) one who does not value what they have. It may be picking someone out of a crowded room at whom to smile, or telling someone you are already dating how wonderful you think they are. Your other option is to be indecisive and passively wait for someone else to choose you.