The more I get to know guys, the more I realize how confusing women can be. So let's see if I can help you decipher her actions.
Ever wondered why excitement follows so-and-so's announcement that they're finally together? It goes a lot deeper than giddy applause.
It's been occurring to you that your friendship with her is exactly what you're looking for in a marriage. You are more right than you know.
To the one who is aggravated about what seems like a lack of growth: here's a reality check and practical steps on moving forward.
No single decision will impact your spiritual life more than your choice of a spouse, so how do you know if someone is a good option?
It is nearly promised that who someone is today will not be who they are in years to come, so how do you discern a good spouse?
A marriage is only as strong as the reason for getting married. To make it through conflict stronger, you need a third-party purpose.
To any guy who has decided he'd like to pursue a girl, here are four steps you should not skip over or rearrange.
You should have somebody who balances you in a complimentary sense, but they do not (and should not) complete you.
You shouldn't marry someone you met a year or so ago. Even if you're ready to tie the knot, here's why waiting might be a good idea.
Statistically speaking, it's risky that your marriage will last (and even then, happiness isn't promised), so why bother?
Because we were designed to be in unity with one another, losing a relationship hurts deeply. Here's practical advice on how to move forward.
Sometimes the most simple and seemingly obvious concepts can be the most confusing, as it can be with love. Let's break it down.
There can be mixed emotions when faced with singleness. How do you turn away from pressing thoughts and focus on what really matters?
The idea of soulmates is a popular fascination, but also one that gets shushed for misinformed reasons. Let's look at it another way.
The idea of a perfect love story dominates media but doesn't step much farther beyond "I do." What happens in the decades after?
It can be hard to evaluate a relationship when you're in the middle of it, so here are a few red flags to look out for.
A personal letter on putting the pen down, picking up a pencil, and handing God the eraser.
Fools rush in, and I've been a fool before, so take my advice and avoid making this decision too soon to prevent future heartbreak.
Losing someone you love is hard, but you shouldn't hurry to forget the heartbreak. There is a lot of power there that can become fuel.
The best things often come by complete surprise, just like how these unexpected three and a half months bore life lessons.
When someone hurts you, it can be easy to regret the relationship. Don't. There is always a silver lining and beauty that comes from ashes.
Wisdom comes from experience, so if you know how something will end, why should you participate in the first place?
Wait it out. For someone who cherishes you, for someone who compliments you. It's better to be lonely now than married and lonely later.
Don't settle for someone because they may be interested in you. There's a lot more that goes into a marriage than mere fancy
"I wanted to have plans for Valentine's Day," one of my best friends told me. "The plans I ended up getting are not the plans I wanted."
Loving someone is a pursuit each of us undertakes at some point, to the extent that the sincerity of our feelings can be hard to discern.
Here's a statement I had strong beliefs against long before I heard it. But they say you learn better when you teach, so here I am.
Before you rush out of singleness, wait. Once you read on to falling in love, there's no flipping the pages back to being just friends.
Everything is more beautiful because we are doomed.
This is what I like about photographs, they're proof that once, even if just for a heartbeat, everything was perfect.
Women are losing their uniqueness. They weren't created to do everything a man can do. They were created to do everything a man can't do.