A good friend of mine shot me a message the other day asking to talk.
When we got on the phone, he asked me a question that left me puzzled.
It's not that women don't do it; it's just that the men do it much more.
According to a MSNBC survey, 30% of the men using an online dating service are married. Well…there really is no fool proof method and sadly catching a liar online can be harder than catching the married guy hitting on you at the bar.
I encourage you to try it and see what it can do for your life. Pursuing my wife shouldn't stop just because we both said, "I do." Way too many times do I see relationships stop growing because people stop taking the initiative to pursue one another. Those butterflies you got on the first date shouldn't stop just because the years have passed.
Dating is a time where you get to learn about someone in a special and unique way. Wake up each day and pursue your spouse as if you are still on your first few dates.
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