By: Grace Pohl

Dating seems to be a big deal in your young adult life. I started to notice this even in middle school. Who is dating whom? Did they break up? Will they survive the summer? This was always the best gossip.

But when you really think about it, do you think you are going to find “your person” (yes, a Grey’s Anatomy reference) before you even have a license? Most likely not.

Even still at my age, I see girls settling for the biggest jerks out there and saying, “Omg, he is the one.” If you want to constantly feel bad about yourself and question if he is going to be loyal to you for the rest of your life, go for it.

But girl, you are so much better than him. You do not need him to always bring you down and question if you are worth it. Move on and wait for somebody to treat you the way you want to be treated. And waiting does not mean just two weeks until the next guy starts texting you.

If the guy you are with does not fit your qualifications for the “perfect man” then why are you with him? If you think you can’t do any better, you are wrong. Go find yourself the man of your dreams.

As I have mentioned in previous articles, I was never a fan of the whole dating just to date fad that goes on in our society. I waited until I found what I think is my “perfect man” in senior year of high school. It was worth the wait and shockingly enough; we are still together, even after high school. Weird how it works out like that, huh?

God says, “the reason some people have turned against you and walked away from you without reason, has nothing to do with you. It is because I have removed them from your life because they cannot go where I am taking you next. They will only hinder you in your next level because they have already served their purpose in your life. Let them go and keep moving. Greater is coming.”

 

 

 

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