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Dating as a grown up.

I passionately encourage you to stop and read this message. It’s exactly the sort of tone we need to use. Self worth is so hard to attain because we’re so fixated on the status and feeds the world of social media puts off. Not even from a social media perspective, but the world were all walking in. The comparison is a trap, if we’re not careful we can stay in the entrapment. Embrace why God loves you so much, that He does want you to have the love He deserves for you to receive. People are not a project for us to fix, only God has the power to change people. Stop making love happen when it’s not in its truest form and when it’s not reciprocated. Love is beautiful. After all God created it. Allow God to present you with the gift of someone special He’s designed specifically for you. Happy reading! ☺️

Cristal Clear

Ahhh dating. The beauty of meeting new people. Opening up yourself to being super shallow and swiping on tinder based on looks alone and bios that tell you nothing about who this person really is. Dating has always been fun to me but in a dysfunctional way.

Serial dating to me can become very addicting , time-consuming and if you aren’t careful , people can become objects real quick.

I was always a serial dater. If I dumped someone or if they dumped me , I moved on to the next with no hesitation. Jumping into the arms of the next man thinking that he would be the one to fix me. Hoping he will be the one to love me back to life. Hoping he would treat me different. But, every single time, I chose out of a clouded mind. A mind that was driven by the high of…

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5 thoughts on “Dating as a grown up.”

      1. Me too! I’ve missed talking to my Vulnerabites. The longer I stay away the harder it is to come around. I have something I want to share on, just feel like it won’t make sense when it comes out, but I’m going to give it a try anyway.

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