Patience dating relationships
We forget that God gave us blessings such as a house, church, safety, and family and friends; especially those who are the closest to us.We often forget their worth and take them for granted.but most importantly, keep your faith in God, and know that no matter what He has something great planned for you, and you will never be alone. I'm guessing just like it hurts God when we let Him down.On January 18, 2009 by Ria The same happened to me. On January 06, 2009 by lilbit I wish I could learn more patience. Really good reminder that true love IS patient, no matter what. Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.I was showing the opposite and I failed to display Biblical love towards him (Galatians ).Have you ever been in this situation where the people that you love anger you the most easily (Proverbs )?
I would recommend some pastoral counseling to see if this relationship can be salvaged... I have a hard time not getting angry at loved ones because I expect more from them, and so it hurts more when they let us down...Always remember this, God loves you even though you're a sinner (Romans 5:8).On March 17, 2009 by Elaine I've been in a relationship for 9 years now, Since 15. He knows that, says he loves me but is ready to move on if need be. Response: Elaine, someone who truly loves you isn't "ready to move on if need be." Instead, someone who really loves you would do everything they could to salvage this relationship. but love is also not self-seeking (as your boyfriend is doing).It is essential that you lay the issues down and ask each other’s opinion about them. Listening can be difficult to do especially when you are the more domineering one in the relationship, but it is important that you know how to hear your partner out. There really are instances when your partner gets mad or throws a fit over a particular issue.You may not always agree to one’s decision but by discussing and listening to each side, you develop more patience and tolerance to your partner. Listening is also at the same time understanding what your partner is saying and how they hold dear to their insights. It’s common for anybody in a relationship to put their best foot forward at all times, as they only want the best for their partners and their setup. It’s also about allotting time to be spent together as a couple, without necessarily talking. The nonverbal communication in this exercise not only lengthens your patience for each other, but also develops more trust because even if you don’t speak, your partner hears you out, and so do you to them. Sure, it can get into your nerves, but joining them in their tantrum will only make things worse.