Dating people married perfect
Of course, the courtship style presents its own set of difficulties.
While many courtship advocates see it as the only choice for finding a mate, others find it oppressive and overly controlling.
If a couple is never alone together, they never have that one-on-one opportunity to relate and get to know one another in emotional and spiritual intimacy.
In addition, some courtship situations have led to borderline “arranged marriages” by the parents and have resulted in resentment in one or both of the young people.
While there are non-Christians who date with the intention of having a series of intimate physical relationships, for the Christian this is not acceptable and should never be the reason for dating.
Many Christians see dating as little more than friendship and maintain the friendship aspect of their dating until both people are ready to commit to each other as potential marriage partners.
She will have her own life, and will want you to have yours too - setting the perfect scene for a casual relationship.
In addition, it can be hard to find the “real” person behind the public face presented in front of the entire family.
No one is the same in a group setting as he or she is one-on-one.
But beware about falling in love with a married woman.
This is almost always a mistake: first, you should bear in mind that she has most likely started an affair with you because she wants excitement and danger, and not to start another long-term relationship. So, by all means enjoy yourself, but make sure you don't become too attached - above all, it's bad affair dating etiquette!