If it’s something you’re looking to observe in your life, that short list gets even shorter.
I guess it depends on what you consider to be important, or the right amount of sensitive.But I guess a question I would put forward here is why is it that those with a different core belief system are more attractive to you than those that share your views?Is it, as some of my female friends have said, that there’s an allure to the bad boy?Having been involved in church life for quite a while, I’ve known a number of female friends who’ve found this a major stress in their lives, and especially as Valentine’s Day approaches once again.Sure, I know some guys who’ve had to face that decision before, but I don’t think they’ve been as pressured in that direction as the girls in my world.I sometimes am involved in interviewing people for IT positions, and there’s a lot of stuff that people say they believe and do, but don’t really have the knowledge or beliefs they say they do on paper.Sometimes it’s only after spending more time with someone that you find out they don’t actually value their faith as much as they said they did.The potential for romantic interest is acknowledged at the start by the virtue of dating, whereas it’s not as acknowledged within the church experience. Only you can if this is one you find particularly relevant.Sometimes when you want a clearer answer or a clearer sign of intent, then it’s easier to look outside for some. Awww 🙁 Nah, but really, I’ve heard this said quite a few times. I guess it depends on what you’re looking for in a man.Is it that the mysterious stranger is more attractive to you than the idea of trying to date a church friend?Is it just that your NC friend is simply more charming? Because you thought he was a Christian but he actually wasn’t “that Christian”.