But in practice, it isn't what we many of us do, and understandably so: Calling the whole thing off is difficult, painful, and risky.
Jennifer Gauvain, a licensed social worker and coauthor of How Not to Marry the Wrong Guy, recently reported in the Huffington Post's "Divorce" section that 30 percent of the nearly 1,000 divorced women she surveyed admitted to marrying despite serious doubts they had about their relationships long before the wedding day.
Or what if their walk with Christ seems on-and-off? Or could this person still be "the one," and I just need to grow in patience?HE SAID: Let me pose this question to you, “What if a close friend of yours came to you and asked the same thing? ” In a new relationship, especially in a dating situation, it is customary to “put your best foot forward,” doing the most possible to come across looking your absolute best. I know there are some who don’t want to be “gushed” over, who like to text and don’t like talking on the phone, who are dreamers (with amazing ideas for the future) and in a positive compatible relationship.