Only the truly cruel, player types actually enjoy breaking up with someone. For most of us, breaking up is hard to do. While it is hard and yes, this is an understatement for the person who has been told the relationship has ended, the person doing the breaking up often experiences some heartache as well. Even when we move on from a relationship because we know it is not for the best, we often still care in our hearts for the person we are leaving behind. Breaking up is hard to do.
After a breakup, how can you know if you are ready to date again?
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Is God telling you to breakup with your boyfriend or girlfriend? What are good reasons and bad reasons to end the relationship? And if you do feel led by God to breakup, when and how should you do it? Rarely are there rigid lines drawn in the Scriptures when it comes to relationships. There are a few, but relationships are less about right and wrong and more about desirable or not desirable. With that said, the first and most obvious reason a Christian dating couple should breakup is if there continued relationship will lead to more sin rather than more glory to God.
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But if you are in the wrong relationship, then it is necessary, and should happen sooner rather than later. Otherwise there will just be more hurt, heartache, and regrets when it does inevitably end. Last Tuesday at The Porch we discussed the topic of when to break up and when not to. We covered the reasons why people should break up pretty fast, so we thought we should expand upon it and add a few to the list. When wise people around you are raising concerns about the relationship.
A breakup is never easy, even if the relationship was unhealthy. Is this kind of relationship worth pursuing? Jim has to say about the breakup of a unhealthy relationship and the best way to go about it. Dear Jim: I recently had a breakup with my boyfriend an unhealthy relationship.