Christian dating no chemistry

Maybe, like me, you’ve dated men who are always too busy, and now you want someone who’s willing to make time for a quality relationship.

It’s one thing to say that you’re a Christian, it’s quite another to make right choices every day—in both the hard times and the good times. Is your date able to toss the conversational ball back and forth—both talking and listening? Years ago, I went on a dreadful date with a guy who clearly had conversational issues. refers to temperament, personality and moral fiber. If your date says he’s going to meet you at a certain time and stands you up, that’s a definite character issue.

If you don’t know what you want it will be hard to recognize it when it comes your way. Basically, you need to have an idea of qualities you look for in a member of the opposite sex—and not compromise on what’s really important to you.

If you want a God-centered, lasting love relationship, you need to have criteria. Because one day, the person you date may become your mate. There are many important traits to look for in a date.

Chemistry is one of the most important elements to dating.

You may have met someone who’s perfect on paper, but if you lack the necessary spark, your relationship will go nowhere. Someone you’re dating can tick all the right boxes – right height, good looks, good job etc. At e Harmony we match you on compatibility, which is a great predictor of whether a couple will be able to carve out a long lasting, healthy relationship.