The 5 Biggest Relationship Mistakes You Might Be Making

Do you stress and worry about being single? Singleness is a blessing. It is where we build the foundation for what God has for us. It is an extremely important time in life. We will always be growing and learning throughout, but some things in life are better learned alone with God, without the distractions of anything but His voice. Singleness is where we grow to become a better human being as we prepare ourselves to become a future husband or wife. Embrace your singleness and be the unique and beautiful person God has called you to be.

Here are 5 big relationship mistakes we make on our road to marriage:      5 Likely Relationship Mistakes You Are Making

1. Being too needy – Being needy will always attract the wrong people. People who love to manipulate and take advantage of this vulnerability can smell you a mile away. Learn to be healthy and whole alone with God before seeking a relationship. NO man or woman can give you what Jesus can.

2. Being selfish – Being selfish will twist your motives and focus. When you are selfish and you focus only on your happiness and what you can gain from a person, the relationship is doomed. Relationships are all about sharing and being selfless.

3. Rushing into relationships – Becoming caught up in lust and emotions will always cause you to move too fast. Take your time and develop a wonderful friendship. Learn about common values and character. There is no need to rush. If you feel the need to rush, it’s a sign you are seeking a relationship to fulfill an empty place inside of you.

4. Struggling with being happy alone – Dating to fulfill aloneness only leaves you in a cycle of hurt, pain and disappointments. It will make you bitter and you will blame men or women for failed relationships, without realizing you are the problem. Don’t date for a warm body and companionship.

5. Attracting the wrong people – When we fail to admit our own deep-rooted issues, we will attract what we are on the inside. We have to admit who and what we are and seek our healing. Until we seek our healing, we will look for people to bring comfort to our wounds. Stop the cycle and begin the healing.

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