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) and I'm married to a wonderful dude who loves me because of those things, not in spite of them.
It's good to love yourself, but maybe try to refrain from making out with yourself in the mirror every morning.
(J/K I'm married and my husband doesn't give a shit.)6. That said, I read a relationship advice book once that said it's imperative to make a guy a little jealous so he'll put a ring on it.
You can paint your nails 10 different pastel colors and you she can do a mean braid.)5. Someone else added, "In the same vein, actually caring about Snapchat or Instagram enough that it impedes real life." Well, then, I guess I'll never get a man, OH WELL.
When your identity is found in Christ, you won't have to be someone you're not. It comes across as an act and it doesn't allow for any depth to occur..a real conversation to start.
I've met tons of girls who feel like they have to dumb themselves down around a guy.
There are days when I wake up and start my morning off by reading my Bible. Christ like, kind, faithful, bold, considerate guys are turned off by girls who are forward. Within a few days, she was posting pictures of them together on social media and talking about him like they were in a serious relationship.
I'm focused on looking at things with a different perspective that day--I'm focused on God and what He's doing in my life. When a guy is walking with the Lord and is reading his Bible, you will be able to tell. Your forwardness might catch the attention of some guys, but it's going to be the wrong kind of guys. When I first met Kelsey, she didn't try to catch my attention in a flirty way and she didn't have tons of guys she was texting.
Or on the other side of things, men said it was a turn off if the other person spoke too much and didn’t show an interest in them. Depending on the person, some people can’t handle a loud chewer, messy eater, tapping, sniffing…the list is endless.