Some people try to come up with guidelines for what dating looks like.

While each relationship will be unique, it’s worthwhile to have a specific set of conversations before starting to date. When we look to God for guidance and confirmation, He will provide it—given time and patience.

There is no “formula to holiness” outside of a relationship with Jesus, so I don’t want you to […] Read More One of the most common questions/concerns I get in my inbox are typically along these lines: “I was dating someone for a few years and we just broke up…”, “How do I get over my ex?

You get to live with a couple thousand other young adults as you all begin to form identities, and there's the possibility of romance.

It’s so easy at the beginning of a relationship to get lost in the giddy infatuation you’re both feeling.

However, making time for both your romance and your friendships is vital to maintaining balance, happiness and healthiness.

So, what's the best way to enter this new dating world—if at all? Here are 10 tips to help you create healthy dating relationships in college.

Finding a new love and ditching your friends is the biggest mistake people make.

So don’t lie, laugh in their face, blow them off or give out fake numbers and fake encouragement. If you don’t find the person attractive, simply say, “Thanks, that’s really flattering, but I’m going to have to say no.” Oftentimes, people try to come up with excuses like, “I’m really busy with stuff” or, “I’m not really dating right now.” But these things we say, that do in fact sound kind, are not the truth.

Telling the truth, and saying it in a sensitive way, will help the other person realistically deal with the fact that you’re not interested.

So, when does one update a Facebook status from “Single” to “In a Relationship” or vice versa?