Shes already dating someone else
meeting women regularly, you’re bound to find — and sometimes even fall for — girls who already have boyfriends.
Which can be a frustrating, confusing experience: There’s nothing quite like connecting with someone who turns out to be attached.
After a few weeks or a month, I’d check back in with her to see where she is (if she hasn’t already gotten back to you) and move ahead accordingly.
If she stays exclusive with her other friend and is moving toward marriage, then bless them and move on.
I want to get my feelings off my chest, but I'm not sure what the best way of doing so would be. My opinion on a guy sharing with a girl how he feels about her is this: If it’s done in a honorable and honest way, without any sort of manipulation or unbiblical motive, and she’s not on the verge of marriage (or married, obviously) then why not do it?
I truly do want the best for her, and if this man can lead her to pursue God in a way that I wouldn't be able to, then so be it. There's absolutely nothing wrong or shameful about respectfully and honorably telling someone the truth about who you are and what is going on in your heart.
That’s the simple truth, and that’s what she needs to know.
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