Unhappy married dating
We need to anchor our feelings of loneliness and longing in the gospel.If we are in Christ, there’s really nothing single about us.In light of this destination, marriage now is a temporary experience meant to envision a far greater relationship and reality to come, when we are with Christ in his presence.If we are married in this life, it will be for a brief moment, and we won’t regret that brevity ten thousand years from now. No one will say, “I really wish I had been married” — much less, “I really wish I had been married for five or ten more years on earth.” That would be absurd when those years seem like seconds compared with all the gloriously, thoroughly happy time we have when our marriages end at death.Said a second: “He complained that he was so unhappy with his wife. The other woman is mixed up in a relationship she’s not proud of. The other woman’s behavior can have a disastrous impact on his kids. No matter what he says about his spouse, he’s only portraying one side. If they do leave, the ensuing relationships are tenuous at best. Most implode under the guilt and deception they’ve created.She’s forced to lead a double life as she sneaks around her lover’s family and schedules trysts when he’s supposedly away on business. If he divorces his wife, the children will be living in two households, losing stability and friends. The marriages we know in this life have no purpose in the coming paradise.
Some fear commitment; if they select someone who’s out of reach, they won’t have to face rejection should the relationship end. Because they already have wives and families to contend with, they exact less time from their mistresses. Meanwhile, the outlook for the affair isn’t pretty.This potential means we don’t necessarily need to sound an alarm as our young people get married later and later.