Enjoy the process and being with one who is enjoyable to you. I know that this is not easy process to do, but I join God in wanting the very best for you – and the road of less pain and disappointment.May God guide you and speak to you as you journey through your days of building relationships. What is really being said (in my belief) is that they are falling in love with falling in love.This is a fantasy world and often leads to unnecessary pain for those involved.Not only is it easier than ever to meet people, there’s now the technology available to help maintain these relationships through email, text, Facebook, Skype and apps like Zoosk Delivery which allow you to send your favorite online match gifts like chocolates, teddy bears and flowers.Because of this, long distance dating is now less daunting than ever before and many singles are embracing it as a viable option for meeting a potential partner.Over the course of the next three months she put together a list of traits that any future partner of hers would have to have. Why in the world would I waste my time talking to someone so far away? One problem was that there wasn’t a lot of hope for finding dating prospects.The list would end up with nine, and she gave it to God. , Sheri thought to herself when the chat request from Robbie came through on her Catholic Match account. Angie lived in a small town in central Florida, whose population was mostly retirees.
(but) there was one night where we thanked each other for the time we had put into our relationship, cried our eyes out while praying and saying our goodbyes.” It seemed as though that was there things would end—on a gracious, yet sad note. So she responded and the door was opened to something beautiful.Although I am sure not all-inclusive, here are some thoughts that I believe one should consider as they entertain long distance relationships. Do long distance relationships grow into beautiful stories of love and happy ever after? I just encourage you to not ‘assume’ that because someone is responding to you and likes many of the same things you do (or so it appears) that they are the ‘soulmate’ for you. God’s Spirit is the best guide through this process.Each of you should be genuinely seeking Him – separately and together. Allow me to provide some further counsel from my experience and in relating to many Christian singles.My fiancée and I met at a singles conference and have spent most of our relationship doing long-distance.Here are the five potholes we’ve learned to avoid on our road to marriage.1.