Unfortunately, our society encourages us to do things in order to fit in or fill a void.And when we do something at the wrong time and for the wrong reasons, including dating, it usually has negative consequences.Yes, there are bad reasons for having a boyfriend, and here are some of them: MORE IN CHRISTIAN LIFE: The above reasons are bad reasons to date. Because in every instance, you’re using the other person.
Dating for the wrong reasons only adds to the difficulties.
Ladies, there’s really only one reason why you should have a boyfriend, and that is because you are ready to get married and you think your boyfriend has the qualities you’re looking for in a husband. Ladies, do you want a boyfriend for the wrong reasons?
So you’re getting to know him better to confirm that this is the case before taking that big step.
It's a generally accepted fact that about 20-25% of all relationships now start online.
Not all of them last longer than a month, but lots of them begin.
Websites like e Harmony, Match.com, and Plenty of Fish are rapidly gaining prominence in the dating market for helping people find each other and start rubbing their soft bits together.However, for every story of online dating success, there are even more tales of people who weren't able to find anyone, or who weren't able to find anyone worthwhile.I decided to brave the online dating waters in order to see what's actually out there, and I've figured out what everyone who's ever tried and failed at online dating really wants to know: why online dating really, really sucks.Now, I didn't sign up on any dating sites specifically to do research for this article.I did sign up on some of them, but I did it because I legitimately wanted to try to date people from them, and maybe find something lasting.And as I write this, I've had some mild success: I've been on a number of first dates, and a couple second dates, but nothing that's really gone past that point yet; dating involves a lot of trial and error before you get it right with the right person.