I was editing , a national magazine for homeschooled teens, and relationships was a big issue.At the same time, I had been going out with a girl in my youth group, and I was acting like a typical high-school Christian kid.While communication issues have many causes, a common culprit in today’s world is the seemingly endless number of notifications from our digital devices.They have become a distraction from the real connection right in front of us.When these tasks are not accomplished, partners no longer feel like a safe haven for each other in the chaos of life—rather they make life for each other feel even Here are four solutions to the most common sources of marital conflict.Cultivating emotional connection and intimacy in the age of our attention economy has become a difficult task for couples."You can't communicate while you're checking your Black Berry, watching TV, or flipping through the sports section," she says.Problem-solving strategies: Even partners who love each other can be a mismatch, sexually.
They hang in there, tackle problems, and learn how to work through the complex issues of everyday life.
I don't necessarily regret dating these men; however, I definitely made mistakes in both relationships and feel convicted about not making those same mistakes again.
I recently finished Candice Watters' book , which was a definite eye opener and showed me some areas in my life in which I want to prayerfully improve and grow.
In addition to enormous sales (nearing a million), four years later, many young Christians are passionately for it or against it.
Though Harris has subsequently gotten married and written (Multnomah, 2000), it is his first book that still provokes the most discussion among singles.