Dating Advice: Interview With a Marriage Counselor -

Dating and Marriage Advice 

Meet marriage counselor, Larry, and his wife Kate as they give real and honest advice on dating and marriage.

Advice for a Dating Couple

  • The best thing you can do while dating is to not consume each other.
  • Make sure you are taking the time to get to know each other…to become friends first.
  • Observe the other person’s family and how they interact with them. You can learn a great deal about a person just by observing how they treat others.
  • Know your own worth.  If you know your own worth, you will not settle for less than God has intended for you in your relationships.

Advice for a Married Couple

  • How you treat others is indicative of how your relationship is with God.
  • Treat your spouse like they are the man or woman you want them to be, and that is who they will become.
  • Appreciate each other. Don’t forget how wonderful your spouse is. Wake up in the morning and tell them, “Wow, I get to be married to you!”

Dawson McAllister talked to thousands of teenagers and young adults who kept making the same mistake over and over again in their dating relationships.  Many were hurt and their trust was broken. To help with this issue Dawson wrote several blogs on dating, love and relationships.

It’s important to take your time when starting a dating relationship.

To explore more about dating relationships, check out these blogs:

Guard Your Heart Dating Relationships

Getting Into a Relationship Too Fast  - Disadvantages

How to Date Successfully and Navigate Dating

Dating Advice for Guys: How to Know if a Girl Likes You 

Dating Advice for Girls: When He's Just Not That Into You

Dating 101: Why Do People Get Jealous?

Dating Advice for Guys: Why Do Girls Go For Bad Guys?

Dating Advice for Girls: What Guys Want and Moving Beyond Just Friends

7 Reasons to Be Just Friends

Sex and Dating - Frequently Asked Questions 

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