Am i too shallow dating
If you're not feeling "it" after getting to know someone, don't hesitate to let him know that you're not totally into him.It often helped let go of a guy when I remembered that he deserves a girl who is crazy about him and if I am not that going to be that girl, I need to free him up to find her.I also think it's perfectly normal to be picky when you start to get to know this person and nothing to drawing you to know them more intimately, when there is not "spark" for you - if your gut isn't nudging you toward this person.Marriage can be rough; as you know, divorce is all too prevalent in our world.I also found it very difficult to be myself when a guy and I were both in two different playing fields spiritually because there was no foundation for us to communicate effectively on very important matters of life.
And, since we were both picky about finding someone with strong faith and values, we both feel totally comfortable with one another and any conversation that comes up on any topic.
To be "out of your comfort zone" or with people of other moral backgrounds every once in a while can be a very good thing - you can learn a lot and reach out with God's love to people who might really need it.
However, if these settings are a constant occurrence in your relationship and you feel some of this discomfort around your own boyfriend, you may not feel very confident in your own skin, with your chosen values.
Lastly, to help me remain open, yet selective with guys I would date, I simply put it in God's hands and trusted in Him.
Sure, I would still go out to meet people or let myself be set up on blind dates, etc.
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