Photo Credit: Britt Rene Photography Dating is supposed to be exciting and engaging, but these days the romance and possibility of a date seem to be replaced with confusion. Social media and texting has replaced interactions that used to be face-to-face. In this context, the art of dating has suffered. Want to hang out? What does that even mean? From the beginning of time, men have struggled to be clear with women. As a guy, I understand that most of the confusion starts with us.
As a result of Lifeway Young Adults Something scares you. These things might worry you, although something else makes your palms be afraid and your pulse hit triple digits: asking someone out on a appointment. It makes the remaining friendship bulky at best, humiliating at worst. Revealing romantic feelings is a risky affair. Many people find a way about the risk. Or at least they think they do. So instead of asking the person on a appointment, you go on approximations of dates that allow for plausible deniability of all romantic intentions. You study all together.
Steve Lehman was a college senior adjacent Philadelphia when he started to accomplish something wonderful and terrifying. He was afraid. But again, this was boss year, and life is short. Things finally came to a head individual night as they finished watching a Bruce Springsteen documentary on Netflix. The Boss said something beautiful about animation and love to end the film.