For five years a woman in her mid-40s has been dating a pastor who has a past history of homosexuality, but now she is "frozen" in her tracks. "Do I continue the relationship or do I avoid the risk?" See what "he" and "she" have said in response.
This month, "he" and "she" attempt to answer several questions related to dating someone who's separated, biblical guidance when it comes to women as initiators, how to date someone whose mother is living with him and more.
When two are thinking about becoming one and headed toward marriage, how much about the past should be revealed? And when is the right time to unpack your "baggage"? Read what "he" and "she" have to say in response to this month's question.
It's hard enough meeting new people when you're "single and ready to mingle." So what's a guy to do when you throw Asperger's Syndrome into the mix? Find out what "he" and "she" have suggested in this edition of "He Said-She Said."
A reader asks: "How do you know when you are ready to start dating again after a traumatic long-term marriage has ended ... and how does a godly man treat someone he dates?" Find out what "he" and "she" have to say in response in this edition of "He Said-She Said."
Guy likes girl. Girl says she's already in a relationship. Yet girl seeks to spend time with guy on the side. "Compromising situations" are involved. Is it inappropriate? And can guy and girl go back to just being friends? Read what "he" and "she" have to say in response.
A reader asks: "It's been two years since my last relationship, and I'm still single with that same desire for marriage—only it is stronger than before. At what point will I know if this desire is from the Lord or my flesh?" Read more to see how "he" and "she" have responded.
Does age really matter when it comes to relationships? Should it? And do men still seek after women who "play hard to get"? See how "he" and "she" have addressed these issues in this edition of "He Said-She Said."
This month, "he" and "she" attempt to answer several questions related to turning down suitors, whether or not someone is married (hello, where's the wedding band?), cultural and racial differences in relationships and much more.
How important are physical attraction and full-on pursuit when it comes to relationships between men and women? "He" and "She" attempt to answer a very interesting and multifaceted question in this edition of "He Said-She Said."
A reader says: "I am 28 years old and have never been asked out. I understand that the guy should do the pursuing, but what does it mean when no one is pursuing? I would just like to know what I'm doing wrong." See what "he" and "she" have to say in response.
One reader asks: "Is it wrong to pray specifically for those things we want in a spouse and for how we want a spouse to look?" What a great question! Find out how "He" and "She" have answered in response in this edition of "He Said-She Said."
We receive so many questions each month, that there just isn't space or time to answer them all. So we've decided to mix it up and are giving short answers to five questions in one column. Read on to see what "He" and "She" have said.
A male reader wants to be chivalrous but is told that his efforts to do so are not needed. Is this just old-fashioned thinking, should he stop doing these things and is chivalry really necessary? See what “He” and “She” have to say in response.
A reader thought she had a great first date with a man who then told her: "I'm not at a place right now emotionally where I can handle dating or having a serious relationship." What does this mean? See how "He" and "She" have tried to decode and figure it all out.
A reader asks: "Why does it seem most churches focus so much on married couples? And what can singles do to fit in better?" Find out how "he" and "she" have answered and what they have to say about a single’s role in the Church.
What's a 55-year-old man to do when he looks and acts younger than he is? Women his age think he's a lot younger. And when younger women find out how old he is, they don’t know what to do. See what "He" and "She" have to say about this predicament.
One readers says: "My boyfriend breaks my spirit, but yet I sometimes feel like I should still love him. I guess because I keep thinking love is patient. When is enough enough in a 'Christian relationship'?" Read what "he" and "she" have said in response.
"Is it okay for an unmarried man and woman to go on vacation together?" a reader asks. It's a question many singles find themselves asking during their seasons of singleness. Find out what “he” and “she” have said in response.