For more of Sam’s writing, visit his blog https://parttimeprophet.net/ or find him on Twitter (@Samuel Brebner). I guess it was because I'd heard two or three stories of the woman being seven years older, so I'd sort of decided that was the outer limit of age difference acceptability. (And I would hit 31 a month before his next birthday.) Feeling defeated, I sat at the small wooden table in Starbucks, where I was meeting Kevin for the first time since my startling discovery. In case you're wondering, I married that guy eight months later.You can just be thinking, I’d like to get to know this girl better, I should ask her on a date. We consider relationships for weeks or even months before making a move.
Part of this seriousness, I think, can be attributed to the belief that you give part of your heart to every person you date.
Or she doesn’t, and that’s rough, but at least now there is clarity in the relationship.
Too often, I think this area of our lives is defined by indecision.
is an under-graduate, studying theology and law at the University of Auckland.
He lives in New Zealand, loves to surf, and hopes to challenge youth to be everything God created them to be.