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Veronica Roth An important part of dating is communicating.
We communicate by sharing our thoughts, ideas, and feelings.
I love a man with a great sense of humor and who is intelligent - a man who has a great smile. I like a man who is very ambitious and driven and who has a good heart and makes me feel safe.
I like a man who is very strong and independent and confident - that is very sexy - but at the same time, he's very kind to people. But one thing I can say from my dating experience is that a physical attraction will only take you so far.
The stakes are high on both sides, and the pressure and fear that invariably accompanies those stakes very likely will not be resolved in the dating process.
Uncertainty in dating propels us forward with purpose. Uncertainty dangles us from our ankles and reveals all of the unspoken (and often ungrounded) expectations hanging loose in the pockets of our faith: You don’t need to pretend you haven’t thought those things — like you haven’t wanted to say those things to God, to other Christians — like you haven’t preached those things over and over again to your own heart. The uncertainty of dating peels back the floorboards of our presumptuous theologies — our crystallized ideas about what God for us — and shines the light on all the threats beneath the otherwise comfortable world we live in: “Those who once feasted on delicacies perish in the streets” (Lamentations 4:5). The uncertainty of dating is a microcosm of the otherwise forgotten truth: Life is uncertain.
Even the notion that life beyond dating has no uncertainties — marriage, kids, family — is a delusion.
They ask themselves, “What does a relationship look like with someone who is neither my spouse nor my fiancé?
” How does one practice vulnerability without any security, any promises, any covenant?
We enjoy being with someone when we have an easy time communicating or when we have a lot to talk about.