Marital dating dos and donts
18, Diane and I will have been married for 40 years. It was a small, inexpensive wedding by today’s standards, but everyone was as happy and as celebratory as if at a bigger one.
It seems like a lifetime ago that we got married in her parent’s living room, surrounded by family and friends.
You don’t need to put pressure on yourself and the person you are having a date with. Comment below some of your tips for Do’s and Don’ts of dating!
Enter this date with the true intention of getting to know this person.
I understand it can be nerve-wracking getting to know a potential spouse but instead of handling our nerves with class, we are letting our mouths run with the wind!
Well, I have compiled a list of do’s and don’ts of dating just for you, because I’ve been seeing some of my beautiful ladies committing some dating crimes.
So anything I do figure out takes me a long time, after making the same mistake over and over again.
Here’s a few do’s and don’ts I’ve finally learned: Don’t take your partner for granted.
Behaviors can either reflect you positively or negatively and what I am seeing is that we are getting attached to our negative behaviors and calling them “who we are.” Overwhelming a person with “who you are” on a first date, stops you from getting to know them, which defeats the purpose doesn’t it?
This is not the time to get into the sob story of what happened with your past relationships. If your date happens to ask you when was your last relationship, you may tell them, but move on swiftly.