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I really need the support of the community in this.

I really need the support of the community in this.

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  • So my fiance and I live together, we split up because she stepped out with another man. I lost my cool and tongue lashed her to the point that she felt so beat down that she is not willing to fix this. Our problems stem from my job. I worked at kirby, she felt I put her behind a vacuum while trying to secure A future, what I didn't realize was I neglected her in the present. I love her, more than what she did. I want her back, but by the same token. I need God and Christ in my life to either do that, or to be in a better place at the end of the dare. I do this for me, and to restore my relationship with God and Christ. If she comes around in the process. Beautiful. If not. I know that I am better for the experience.and hopefully she is too. For day 1, I was determined to not say anything negative. With her work schedule, we has limited interaction. But what little we had was more positive than it has been in a while. She even let me bring her something to eat which made my day.  Day 2. I woke up at 6 to make her breakfast. Told her that at I'd like to see her start eating in the mornings. I was to late because she had to leave for work. I offered to take it to her and she didn't respond to my text. I don't know if she appreciates my gesture, or not but as far as the dare goes. I don't think that's the full point. Not yet at least. I'm going to be obedient and incorporate a lot of prayer. Especially for her. 

  • Welcome.  If you post in the Love Dare journal section under the community tab you may get more responses.

    As you will see and indicated, this is a journey between you and Christ not you and her.  She will be used as a tool to mold you.  do a dare a day, no more no less.  Have no expectations in doing the dares. Do not manipulate the dares to make them easier.   It may get worse before it gets better, but this serves purpose  Do not read ahead in the book other than the appendix.  

    There is a dare or two that are only intended to be completed by married couples.  

  • Gotcha, it won't let me post a journal

  • I should have mentioned in the appendix read about leading the heart.  

    If you don't see a red link, or bubble or whatever it's called that says something like new post, about a third way down on the right side of the screen, then click on your name and then that link should appear.  Then in the drop down menu click new journal entry (or some wording like that).  Sorry, I am not to good at explaining.  

    If you did find the links, not sure why you cant journal  But I usually always check over on this side of the sight too.

    Stick to a dare a day, no more, no less.  this will give her the space she needs and give you more time to have with God.  Also, if you are like many of us, we often pray for our spouse/girlfriend in a selfish way, meaning we want God to change them to make our lives better.  If that may be the case, simply pray His will be done in her life.

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