The Most Asked Relationship Questions – Answered! [Q&A Podcast]

Over the past few years, DailyPS has released a lot of content about relationships. Over the past month we compiled a list of the most asked relationship questions. In this episode of the podcast, husband and wife team (Alex & Alecia) answer these questions!

The Most Asked Relationship Questions

In this episode of the Paradigm Shift Podcast, Alex & Alecia Sanfilippo answer the the most asked relationship questions on DailyPS. Some of the questions answered are also the most asked relationship questions according to Google. Alex wrote a blog post on The Christian Post in respond to Google’s relationship questions, click here to read the article.

The Most Asked Relationship Questions:

#1. Is it okay to date around?

Be proactive! Just like if you’re looking for a job, you don’t just pray that God will give you a job; you fill out applications and you look for a job. You can do the same when it comes to dating! Remember, a date is not a marriage proposal.

#2. Is it okay to date someone who is not a Christian?

I think back to king Solomon; one of the wisest men who ever lived. Yet still he was corrupted by bad company. You are you partner should be equally yoked; meaning that you should have the same belief system. This will make marriage and being parents much easier!

#3. Is it okay to have sex before I’m married?

No, sex before marriage is not a good thing. When you begin to have sex with someone your mind gets clouded with emotions and you begin to make decisions that you most likely would not make if you were not sexually involved.

Continue Reading: The Message Sex Sends »

#4. What are some character traits I should look for in a significant other?

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  1. Loves God
  2. Loves his/her family
  3. Has solid friendships
  4. Understands how to treat a man/woman
  5. Does not manipulate and is easy going

Make sure it’s someone who’s character matches up with yours.

#5. How to build trust in a relationship?

The first place to start is with the definition of trust. “Believe in the reliability, ability, or strength of.” Believing in someone means letting go of control. That’s where trust begins. You must be willing to be vulnerable and believe that the person you are in relationship has your best interest in mind. Building trust always starts with letting go.

Continue Reading: Relationships are Powerful »

#6. Where is the best place find someone of quality to date?

Your local church and small groups.

#7. Is there “too fast” in Christian dating?

I do believe you should take time to get to know the person you’re dating but I’ve seen some friends meet and get married within a year and it has been good for them. So I feel that this has to be on a person by person basis. But I definitely recommend making sure that you truly know the person and that you’ve seen them through good times and bad.

Continue Reading: In God’s Perfect Timing, He Will Make Things Happen »

#8. I just got out of a relationship, how long should I be single?

As long as it takes you to heal. Don’t jump into another relationship. Find your identity in God; it takes time and hard work. Learn How to Protect Your Identity.

Was your relationship question answered in the most asked relationship questions above? Comment below if you have another question or feedback!

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  3. Loved this! There can be so much material out there to sift through and this really hits those core relatable points that people are wondering.

  4. Right on point with #3, although it may not be a talking point on the first date, sex before marriage has to be a conversation that sets expectations very soon. Sexual immorality is a huge deal and when you don’t make those declarations known in the beginning, then sex before marriage can turn into an issue for a partner who doesn’t agree. Right on queue Alecia, manipulation in a relationship is a red flag!!

    Since I met my husband at Celebration Church I couldn’t agree more to #6!!! xoxo

    Another great point on “moving too fast.” Knowing who you are marrying is key. Love #7 especially since we are in your population of friends who married fairly quickly. As long as you know and have built trust with your future spouse and like you both said, have seen each other in good and bad times you won’t be surprised when times get tough. Marriage isn’t perfect, but our relationship with God is and that’s where you find your true identity.

    So good Alex, you don’t jump into a relationship until you are healed from any hurts and pains of prior ones, or you run the risk of carrying all of that into your next one. There is not a time clock on when to start dating again. Having been married previously, this was a huge question for me. I wasn’t sure when I was “allowed” to start dating again, but when I turned my focus away from worrying about dating and more towards my spiritual walk, God handled it for me xoxo.

  5. “You want to fight, because what if he/she is crazy?”

    Not going to lie, that gave me a good laugh!

    My wife and I are one of the couples you mentioned that married in less than a year . We met for the very first time at the end of June and were married by November of the same year, which for those of you counting at home was a whopping 5 months. Four years later we are doing great and don’t regret a single thing.

    I believe that if you are going to move that fast there needs to be a couple things in place first;
    #1) Both of you need to be strong spiritually. If one of you isn’t a christian or is a “baby” christian you need to take your time and be clear on where you each stand from a spiritual standpoint. If you don’t, this will cause so many headaches.
    #2) To move that fast you also need to be older, say at least late 20’s, so you have experienced a little bit of life and have hopefully dated a few people and know exactly what you are looking for.
    #3) And then of course you have to be plugged into God and listening for his still small voice (see #1). Read the Bible every single day and be prepared/open when God says no to a potential relationship. Going against God’s will will never end well!

    Really enjoyed this podcast! Thanks Alex and Alecia for sharing your expertise with us.

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