Dating telling her how you feel
Again, this will allow both of you to gather more information about each other.Then, when the time is right, let her know you would like to have a date or date her. First is your relationship with God that grows each day and out of that one, your relationships with others.No matter the age or experience, we have all gone through (and continue to go through) similar feelings of uncertainty, indecision and doubt when it comes to relationships. I totally understand and embrace how social media has become the common way to communicate these days and texting has supplanted the original (and designed) use of the phone, but the best and really way to get to know someone is to actually talk to them face to face.This has certainly become a “lost art” of sorts within the latest generations, but shouldn’t be overlooked nor importance underestimated.Even though I see her outside of church I feel like there wasn't much time for me to talk to her in person. I know it's not the ideal way to get to know someone, but I only get to see her like once a week and it's hard for me to get to talk to her.However, on FB she doesn't talk much (just simple responses), but I know in person she is willing to talk. One of my friend said I should tell her how I feel so that I can find closure.
The beautiful thing about relationships is their fluidity and unpredictability.
SHE SAID: I think its great that you have taken the extra time to get to know this young lady in other ways.
From seeing her outside of church to chatting on Facebook, everything helps so that you can gather more information to make decisions.
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