College dating books
His focus is looking at dating as something long-term and lasting rather than just a high school crush or fling.By using his own personal experience about meeting and marrying his wife, Joshua Harris follows up his bestseller, “I Kissed Dating Goodbye,” with a book about how to pursue courtship.Written by Blaine Bartel, this book doesn’t just focus on how to find the right person to date, but also how teens can be the right person for someone else while avoiding the dangers of dating in today’s world.It also discusses the importance of being friends before dating and the difference between love and lust, which can be a confusing thing in the teen years.Michael and Amy Smalley use humor, personal, stories, and straight talk to challenge teens to a dating life filled with Godly principles like honor and purity.They use their insights into the way Christian teens think to provide advice that teens can relate to and use in their everyday dating lives.The world of dating can be confusing enough without all kinds of conflicting messages reaching out to Christian teens today.
These various relationships can provide a great deal of comfort and support during your college years, but they can also be a source of confusion and stress at times.
Ben Young and Samuel Adams provide teens with ten “relationship laws” so that they can be protected from the sometimes-dangerous modern view of dating.
The book encourages teens to develop good habits so they can develop a healthy relationship with members of the opposite sex.
Jeremy Clark takes a Biblical perspective to promote a healthy discussion about dating.
He takes a look at the extreme views on dating and finds a healthy balance in the middle.