Tips for dating a religious girl
Consequently, Muslim girls will give more subdued signals and will wait for greater certainty before clearly demonstrating interest.
That makes them a difficult, but not impossible challenge for an outsider.These points should only be seen as tendencies to look out for and warnings of what to be prepared for, not as certainties.Associating with non-Muslim men or being seen to encourage the prospect is a much riskier proposition for a Muslim girl.(3) The Problem: Being indirect or vague We live in a 'hang out culture' these days, which can lend to some confusion about what is a date and what isn't.The Solution: Just do everyone a favour and be clear that it is, in fact, a date.The journey to success with a Muslim girl is often challenging but can be a rewarding one.
This article attempts to offer some guidance on what a man should expect on this journey.
And while I applaud the sentiment and hope good men will take Josh up on his challenge, I think an additional exhortation is in order: Catholic men, please be smart daters.
Please don't think us ladies expect you to be perfect at dating - we certainly aren't - but it might be helpful to be aware of some of the pitfalls or problems that can crop up.
They're mostly common sense but there can often be a deficiency of common sense when the opposite sex is concerned.
Here are 4 common Catholic dating problems, with advice on how to navigate them: (1) The Problem: Catholic circles are small This has many positive aspects, but also lends to a common problem: if you ask a bunch of girls out, you'll end up dating girls who are close friends or roommates and...can get awkward. The Solution: Do ask girls you are interested in out, but don't go so far as to be a serial dater.
(This is likely less of an issue with practicing Catholic men who tend to be more vocation-oriented, but it's worth a mention.) The Solution: Being intentional about dating doesn't mean making the date about anything more than getting to know the person, but you are a vocation-conscious Catholic man, are you not?