Often, these courtships led to successful marriages that lasted lifelong.
Fast forward to today’s dating scene and we see surface-level connections, one night stands, and high divorce rates.
However, there are some complications and frustrations in the world of dating that we have control of.
One of those things we control is how much we decide to invest into finding a fulfilling relationship.
When hearing the term, many have images of their grandparents being chaperoned by their parents with their special someone.
In those days, courting was about getting to know your potential partner as much as possible in a safe, pure environment.
Cooking will only fill his stomach, and keep him coming back at times (especially when he’s hungry). Sure cooking and cleaning well are great qualities, but neither should be what draws a man to you.
Your domestic ability should not be the key to your happiness, and to be honest, that is not extremely high on a man’s list when he is just looking to date.
In addition, courting other believers creates wonderful opportunities to do spiritual activities together, such as attending church, Christian concerts, reading the Bible, and serving.To contact Karlicia Lewis, author of “Stop Saying Yes to Mr.No Good”, for dating/relationship advice, speaking engagements, life coaching, or just to keep up with her dating/relationship columns, check out Cook and clean for yourself because that is what we should do as independent adults, not because you are hoping it will land you a boyfriend.Instead of trying to Rachel Ray your way into his heart, plan fun nights where the two of you cook together, or allow him to take you on a nice dinner or lunch date.