The ten commandments of dating by ben young
I (Sam) will never forget Mike, a very successful thirty-two-year-old real estate broker who had come to see me because he had recognized that he was running off women right and left.
Many people are tired of pouring time, energy, and money into relationships that start off great and end with heartache.The Ten Commandments of Dating isn't more relationship advice; it's relationship common sense. He earned his master's from Western Seminary and a doctorate from George Fox University.If people keep the ten commandments of dating, their relationships will run more smoothly, they will be protected from the pain of contemporary dating pitfalls, and they'll be on their way to building living, lasting relationships. He maintains a full time counseling practice in Austin, Texas.Here's some sobering news: if you don't have a life of your own, you won't be happy even if you date, fall in love, and get married. Because you will have nothing to give to the relationship, and you will drain your dating partner (or spouse) completely dry.Inevitably, you will put extraordinary expectations on the other to fulfill you, complete you, entertain you, and soothe you.