This book will challenge anyone seeking God's counsel on this important matter of the "guarded heart". I can't thank Ms Ruppert enough for speaking out boldly on this, not so popular, topic.
I encourage others to read it and learn what true love is.
I totally understand that life happens, people’s schedules are busy and things come up but unless he/she is cancelling and then immediately suggesting a couple alternates, then you're getting the run-around.
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So, if and when you do eventually meet, it can be difficult or even disappointing. Reply with a bit of information about your day (not lengthy), but also add how it would be nice to meet for a cup of coffee, or a quick bite of lunch in the coming days.
Let's start by defining a texting trap: Text messages are exchanged, there’s some great conversation, but things never move to the offline world.
Days turn into weeks and weeks (sometimes) even turn into months – all without a real, offline face-to-face.
Does he/she cancel last minute or always need to “check the schedule,” and then you never end up setting a date?
If so, it’s time to cut em' loose and carry forward.