I’m in college, so naturally, girls come up quite a bit. I’d say girls probably account for 50% of all the conversations in my dorm room (mainly because of a particular friend of mine named Matt).
Regardless of how much we talk about girls, our knowledge is still pretty primitive. That being said, what are your opinions on long distance dating? Is it good, bad? Healthy, unhealthy? Difficult, impossible?
My brother and his fiance (I’m not sure how to add the french little apostrophe thing) have dated for a long time, and the past 3 years or so have been long distance. They pulled it off. But do you think it’s wise?
How would you advise someone considering a long distance relationship? Student Pastors, think through this for your seniors. They will be making decisions in the next couple months about breaking-up or staying together. Not to mention decisions about what to do physically since “this is our last time to see each other <3… we need to make it count.” How do you advise them?