Our college student thinks she may have finally met ‘the love of her life’ this semester and has already invited him to a number of family functions. To be perfectly honest, we are more anxious than thrilled. Do I just hide my feelings, or is it better to be truthful about what I see as a possible mistake in the making?
Speak or Hold My Peace
Dating can be such an interesting and complicated relationship. Here at the CMR we often hear that women are frustrated by the typical model of waiting for a man to show interest in them. Is it okay for a woman to initiate a relationship if she is interested in a man that she meets? Is it awkward if she pursues him to catch his attention? In today's Ask the Expert blog, author and speaker Debra Fileta answers this question. What do you think? Do you agree with her thoughts?
With conflict (especially after an argument), what do you do if one spouse is ready to resolve things and the other is still upset and doesn't want to make amends just yet? Where can you go with a situation like this? How do you influence your partner to make amends once a conflict has been finished? Dr. Tim Muelhoff explains some of his thoughts below. Does this sound like something you could try in our relationship?
In marriage, like a lot of other areas in life, there are things that we have to face that are not easy to do or obvious to figure out. Today, Willa Williams answers a very interesting question from one of our followers: How do you handle marriage when your husband is disabled and not able to work, but wants to provide? Read her thoughts below and see if you can think of other solutions to this issue!
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