Questions to ask sombody your dating


10-Jun-2016 03:01

Your significant other shouldn’t seek to totally change you, but they should seek to challenge you to grow. We all go through intense, all-encompassing communication training for years; it’s called childhood.

And it’s hard to un-wire 18 years of being shown how to talk and listen to others in family situations.

The problem is most of us have never articulated what those values really are.

And if you don’t know your values, how can you expect your partner to have a clue? Two people who are following Christ can still have some different core values that tangibly direct their decisions.

But how are you supposed to know which one is the right one?

Sure we’re not our parents, and we can work to change our communication habits.

However, for many of us, our fallback communication plan will be the one our parents laid out for us.

But when someone loves from their strengths, they know who they are and are drawing from a deep, full well to give to you without demanding a drink in return.

We all have insecurities, fears, failures, painful memories, and just all around unattractive stuff we’re hiding in the back of our closet.Too many marriages start (and end) with vague and un-identified core values.