As Christians we struggle most with our past. Our past failures, our past regrets, our past 'what ifs'. It's important to know that Jesus doesn't care about our past. In fact, he doesn't even think about it. What he does care about is your future and what you plan on doing with it. What choice's you'll make and who you'll follow. Jesus just simply wants us to choose and follow him on a daily basis.
That one drunk night, Jesus died for it. That one lustful thought, Jesus died for it. That one stolen bag of chips, Jesus died for it. That one night of partying and waking up with someone that's not your wife or husband, Jesus died for it.
Singleness is the time to chase after God as hard as you possibly can, not the time to worry about finding a mate. Not every person you meet is a future spouse. When God is ready He will reveal that special someone, so don't stress it.
To love like Christ means loving your ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend, that parent that ran out of your life, or that person who molested you as a child. Loving like Christ means loving everyone no matter how much they hurt you. (Note to self)
You tell him things you don’t tell anyone else. We don’t mean blurting something out after you’ve had too much merlot, but the desire to tell him intimate details about your life means you trust him—a major component of successful long-term love.
Men fail to recognize that boasting about women are not considered milestones or trophies in their life. Too often, they go about bragging about their doings with women and their intentions. Things like that should be kept within that fine circle of the two individuals.