Dating 101 book
They just skip to the end and wonder why they’re dissatisfied. They are largely to blame for why more than 50 percent of America is single. Cecilia, who hadn’t had a date in years, tells a story about a date she went on in which the man did nothing more than touch her arm.
Indeed, it’s not an exaggeration to say the entire process of dating—getting excited about someone you meet and letting him or her know via flirtation, waiting for the man to make the first move and then the woman accepts and the two go out somewhere for the evening—is gone. Instead, young people text each other to come over and “hang out.” Then they get naked. But Cecilia had forgotten what it’s like to have genuine physical contact, so when the man made this gesture she “wanted to cry.” As she tells her story, she chokes up and asks the film crew to “cut” by waving her hand in front of the camera.
He is from Chicago, IL, where he resides with his wife and three children.
If you’ve struggled with dating, don’t worry: You’re not alone, and this book can help.
Christopher Hudson has contributed to over fifty Bible projects, sixty study guides, and over a hundred books.
Yet it’s the state of our love lives that will have the most effect on our happiness and well-being.
Best of all, it’s written in a fun, lighthearted manner that makes the rollercoaster ride of dating more up than down.
He has also served as managing editor for best-selling Bibles such as: The Love Languages Devotional Bible with Gary Chapman (Moody), Inspirational Bible with Max Lucado (Thomas Nelson), and the Case for Christ Study Bible with Lee Strobel (Zondervan).