Dating the enemey
These are times that try men’s souls, but who is the enemy — the greatest enemy — of God’s people?
Perhaps it’s liberal Supreme Court judges and the sexual ethics of secular society.
Perhaps it’s the rapid increase of those that identify religiously as “none.” Or maybe it’s Planned Parenthood and others who advocate for an adult’s right to comfort over a child’s right to life and barbarically snuff out life in the very womb that is for its protection and growth.
Whether or not your actions were the catalyst of the breakup, a common post-breakup side effect that plagues victims of failed relationships is the emotional tailspin that follows.
We choose to toil endlessly for hours, days, months and even years in a hell that is composed of only one activity: beating ourselves up.
When it comes to dating, every single person is bound to experience a breakup.
Ending a relationship is hard for everyone involved, even when you are the person choosing to end it.