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Re: Day 7

Day 7

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  • Today's dare was hard. I am committed to my family but I don't have many positive thoughts left. What could I write if my partner isn't honest, doesn't protect, and is selfish?  I thought hard and came up with he's a hard worker, he is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen, his laugh, etc. we agreed to do the dare together. He doesn't want to but he would rather do the dare than have to be honest with me or put me on his bank account or let me work.  Out of all the issues the only thing he agreed he would do at the moment is the love dare. After I brought it up multiple times at bedtime he finally went to do it. He fell asleep with his paper on the bed. As I picked it up to move it I saw what he wrote. On the list of what he loves about me the only reply was..... our kids. I cried myself to sleep and once again prayed my little heart out for my family and his lost soul. Maybe tomorrow will be better. 

  • Do not put any thought into what he wrote.  he is not wanting to do the dares.  And let it go if he doesn't do them.

    This will be a journey, one 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.  Have no expectations of him responding to you doing the dares.  In fact, he may have negative responses to you doiing the dares.  For a time.

    I am assuming by the way you wrote that you are not married.  Keep in mind there's a dare or two to be completed only between married couples.  If I am assuming to much, my apologies.  

    Try if you can, to journal in the love dare journal section, under the community tab.  That section gets read, where this section often gets overlooked.


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