Christian dating advice breakup
Most 20-to-30-somethings have been in multiple dating relationships. Maybe after time, the two of you just realized it wasn’t meant to be.
Or perhaps some of those relationships were sinful and ended because God wasn’t in it.
Breakups can be incredibly painful, but my brother’s advice helped shift my focus away from trying to be who someone else wanted me to be and toward God and who He wanted me to be and who I was in Christ.
My focus was no longer on trying to restore a broken relationship that put pressure on me to be someone I wasn’t.
Amy lives in California where she works as a marketing assistant for a community college district and blogs about her spiritual life.
I felt like I was being asked to make all the sacrifices. It’s tempting to neglect other areas of your life and let being in a relationship consume your energies.What are some things you’ve learned about yourself from being single after a breakup? Amy Kessler interned with the Boundless team in 2011 and is a journalism graduate from Biola University with a minor in biblical studies.She has experience in newspapers, magazines, blogging, social media and online content management.I picked up where I left off, learning web design and programming.Most importantly, I started spending time with God and making Him my first priority again.