It’s important to be honest with true feelings of disinterest so as to not waste the time of a friend who may want more out of the relationship.A healthy dating relationship doesn’t infringe on personal times of prayer, Bible study, or fellowship with other believers.When a dating relationship takes away time with God, it may not be in the best interest of either person.There needs to be a healthy balance so that allow individual spiritual growth as well as a dating companion.If you see any of these in your relationship, address them with your partner.Then find a mentor or counselor who can offer biblical wisdom and perspective on the situation.That’s why Paul admonishes us to FLEE from sexual sin!
Typically, the best way to address a character problem is to discuss the issue one-on-one with the person—but because anger can quickly escalate to emotional and physical abuse, it would be wise to have a mentor figure present or at least nearby during your discussion with your boyfriend. Laziness (Proverbs 18:9)A lazy person may joke about sleeping in, procrastinating on school projects and being late to everything, but these things aren’t actually that funny.
Laziness can manifest itself in several ways, but ultimately it is a spiritual issue.
God is a worker, and knowing Him inspires us to be diligent in our own work.
It would be nice to know at the beginning of a relationship if it’s going to work out or not.
Many have experienced the disappointment of putting a lot of time and energy into a dating relationship that was disappointing.