Whether happily single, chronically dating, or in a committed relationship, the topic of dating will frequently cross the mind of almost every person in their 20s and 30s. Discerning your lifelong vocation is the ultimate end of dating, so it’s one of the most important phases of a person’s life.
There is no shortage of dating advice out there, but, let’s be honest: a lot of it is trash. Grotto’s approach to dating is rooted in vocational discernment, but without losing the fun side, too. We want to encourage our target audience to establish a healthy approach to dating and enjoy the process along the way!
Here is some of our top content on the topic of dating.
Social copy [IG]: Dating can be uncomfortable, especially when those first few dates are barely a step above a resume swap 😐. We make our dates worthwhile when we open up the space for authenticity. That means being real with *ourselves* first. Start by asking yourself who you are and how you present yourself — and go from there. Read more in @GrottoNetwork’s article, “3 Guidelines for Dating with Authenticity.”
[Twitter&FB]: Remember: when you’re on a date, you should be showcasing who you truly are — not hiding behind a mask🎭. Read more about dating with authenticity via @GrottoNetwork.
Social copy [IG]: Advice, particularly relationship advice, should always be taken with a grain of salt. Whether it comes from your best friend or an online blog, be careful of accepting things at face value. There are some relationship myths that can actually be pretty harmful. Read “5 Damaging Relationship Myths Debunked” by @GrottoNetwork to learn more.
[Twitter&FB]: Do your research before taking all that relationship advice to heart. Learn more via @GrottoNetwork
Social copy [IG]: Getting engaged is an exciting step in a relationship. It’s also one of the biggest decisions you’ll make in your life. Because of this, it’s important that both you and your partner are ready to take that next step.
While there’s no set formula for determining if you’re ready, there are a few universal signs that tell you that you *aren’t* ready. Just because you notice one of these doesn’t mean you and your partner should never get married — it indicates that this is an area to work on and resolve before moving forward. Here are a few red flags to look out for:
You think that getting engaged or married will change your partner
You have not discussed or cannot agree on finances
You think that if your partner won’t marry you, no one will.
Your partner gives you an ultimatum
READ more of these signs via the link in our bio.
[FB]: Getting married is both an exciting and BIG step in a relationship. While there’s no set formula for determining when you and your partner are ready, there are certain things that it’s important to be on the same page about. If you notice any of these warning signs in your relationship, it’s important to address them before moving forward.
#GrottoLifeHacks: 3 Online Dating Tips for Women and Men
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/B2o4rBglq6H/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrottoNetwork/videos/522717565162820/
- YouTube: https://youtu.be/bqLk9ro21bQ
#GrottoLifeHacks: 3 Best Practices for Online Dating
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/B5wRSsrFGNS/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrottoNetwork/videos/495792827811174/
- YouTube: https://youtu.be/pO0PBHdW3gY