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Ideas for dares when the spouse is not living in the home

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  • Hello! I am new to the group and just started the Love Dare yesterday, April 1st. My husband and I are currently separated and filed for divorce. I initiated the separation and divorce but have since had a change of heart and am desperately trying to reconcile my marriage. My husband isn't sure if it is the right thing to do as we are both very hurt from our past. There has been no cheating on either side, just a lot hurtful things said and damage done over the years. We have been together for 10 years with a 3 year old son. 

    I am looking for suggestions on how to alter some of the dares for someone living outside of the house. I know they are attainable, just looking for ideas. Has a list been compiled of any sort?

  • I have never seen a list.  But it is good there isn't one available.  Because the dares work best when you read them early in the morning and take the day to pray upon the dare and to complete the dare.  If you are given ways to do the dares, you have lost opportunity for growth in Christ.  Many have done the dares well when separated.

    Realize this will be a journey between you and Christ, not you and him.  He will be used as a tool to mold you.  Do a dare a day, no more no less.  do the dares as they are intended to be done, without changing them to make them easier.  Have no expectations of him when you do the dares.  Do not read ahead in the book other than the appendix, especially about leading the heart.  

    Things may get worse before it gets better, but this serves purpose.

    Try journaling under the Community tab, click on it, and then click on the Love Dare Journal tab.  More people will respond in that section of the site.

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