Dating: How to Ask

Why is it important to ask politely when it comes to dating? Well, for one thing, it is a good indication of politeness and respect. Another reason politeness is important is that it is a form of humbleness.

If you are not familiar with the word “namaste” it is a word from Hinduism which is used as a salutation. It means “I bow to the divine in you.” This unique word reminds a person of the dignity and worth of the person before them.

With couple relationships, the ideal relationship is just that, bowing to the other person and making them the priority with love, service, and within reason, putting their need, above one’s own. The most successful relationships are those which put the other person before one’s self.

Another example of putting others first is by observing what boundaries they have and not intruding upon them. It is always good etiquette to ask permission, so as not to not intrude on boundaries, and tip toeing with grace and politeness, before making assumptions which may insult or otherwise be damaging. If you don’t know, just ask!

It is not outdated. Discover where boundaries are and respect them. When honor is given it causes the relationship to flourish.

Read more…suggestions for good manners and dating etiquette!
Dating Etiquette

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Learn more about dating etiquette and boundaries…
Check these books out on Amazon:

How To Get A Man Without Getting Played:
29 Dating Secrets to Catch Mr. Right, Set Your Standards, and Eliminate Time Wasters

by Bruce Bryans 

Courtship in Crisis: The Case for Traditional Dating
by Thomas Umstattd Jr., Debra K. Fileta 

Boy Meets Girl: Say Hello to Courtship
by Joshua Harris


Courtship and Dating: So What’s the Difference?
by Dennis Gundersen

Christian Courtship in an Oversexed World: A Guide for Catholics
by Thomas G. Morrow

131 Necessary Conversations Before Marriage: Insightful, highly-caffeinated,
Christ-honoring conversation starters for dating and engaged couples!
(Creative Conversations Series Book 3) Part of: Creative Conversation Starters (8 Books)
by Jed Jurchenko

Boundaries in Dating Leader’s Guide
by Henry Cloud

Cupid’s Secret: How To Write Compelling Personal Ads
by Mark Petterson


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