Dating initial attraction last
Is there enough between you — in the form of friendship and mutual enjoyment and respect — to give love a chance to develop? I wasn't completely attracted to Steve when we first met.
He didn't have "the look" I always imagined myself with, though I thoroughly enjoyed being with him and was eager to grow in friendship from the start.
I don't hug my guy friends except for rare occasions (like when we're saying goodbye before a long time apart), I don't give or receive back massages from guys, won't hold their hands or put my arm around them or let them do any of that to me.
This has always been an important way for me to protect myself from having impure thoughts.
Strong Christian men hard to find, and I want to get married and have a family more than anything.
I'm graduating from college in a few weeks, and he'll be going to seminary next year, and I think we would both be ready to be married soon.
He's healthy and in good shape and not a bad-looking guy, but I just don't look at him and think, According to all my friends who are in relationships, that's a problem.He wants to call and write letters, but I've been holding off because I'm not sure if I want to encourage deepening our communication at this point.