Why Does My Boyfriend Keep Blocking and Unblocking Me?

Ever found yourself in a digital dance with your boyfriend, where one minute you’re connected and the next… poof! You’re blocked? Then, just as suddenly, you’re back in his digital world?

Whew, the confusing cycle of being blocked and unblocked by your boyfriend. Ugh, talk about emotional whiplash! 😵‍💫  If you’re nodding your head, thinking, “Yep, that’s me!” – don’t worry, you’re not alone!

Before we dive into the nitty-gritty, let’s take a deep breath together. Remember, you’re not alone in this. Even the strongest relationships face bumps along the way. As Proverbs 3:5-6 reminds us:

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”

Now, let’s unpack some of the emotional reasons behind this puzzling behavior.

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Understanding the Cycle of Blocking and Unblocking

The Psychology Behind Digital Blocking

Okay, so here’s the deal – blocking someone isn’t just about pressing a button. It’s often a cry for space, a moment of frustration, or sometimes even a test of your reaction. Wild, right?

Think about it this way:

“A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken.” – Ecclesiastes 4:12

This verse reminds us that relationships are stronger when we face challenges together. But sometimes, one person might feel the need to step back momentarily.

Here’s a quick thought exercise for you:

  • When was the last time you needed space in a relationship?
  • How did you communicate that need?

Common Triggers for Blocking Behavior

Now, let’s get real about why your boyfriend might be playing this digital game of hide-and-seek:

  1. Emotional Overwhelm: Sometimes, feelings get too big to handle!
  2. Conflict Avoidance: Hitting that block button can seem easier than facing an argument.
  3. Control Issues: It might be a way to feel in charge of the situation.
  4. Attention-Seeking: Yep, it could be a cry for your attention!

Fun fact time! 🎉 Did you know that even in biblical times, people sought ways to create distance when emotions ran high? Remember Jonah? He literally tried to sail away from God’s call!

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“But Jonah ran away from the Lord and headed for Tarshish.” – Jonah 1:3

Now, I’m not saying your boyfriend is trying to hop on a ship to Tarshish, but the principle of creating distance when overwhelmed? Totally relatable!

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Breaking the Cycle

So, how do we turn this emotional merry-go-round into a smooth sailing ship? Here are some ideas:

  1. Talk it Out: When you’re both calm, have an honest chat about the blocking behavior.
  2. Set Boundaries: Agree on healthier ways to communicate needs for space.
  3. Practice Patience: Remember, growth takes time (for both of you)!
  4. Seek Support: Don’t be afraid to reach out to trusted friends or even a counselor.

Remember, darling, you’re worth more than a fleeting online status. Your value comes from a much higher source!

“You are precious and honored in my sight, and I love you.” – Isaiah 43:4

Let’s wrap this up with a challenge, shall we? Next time you feel the urge to check if you’re blocked (or unblocked), take a deep breath and say a quick prayer instead. Ask for wisdom, patience, and love to guide your actions.

Emotional Reasons for Blocking

Anger and Frustration

We’ve all been there – that moment when emotions run high, and we just want to shut the world out. Your boyfriend might be hitting that block button in a moment of intense frustration. It’s like he’s putting up a digital wall to protect himself from more hurt or anger.

Remember the story of Jonah? He was so frustrated with God’s plan that he ran away and isolated himself. But God didn’t give up on him, and neither should we give up on understanding each other.

Fear of Confrontation

Some people would rather hide than face a difficult conversation. Blocking can be a way to avoid dealing with issues head-on. It’s kinda like Adam and Eve hiding from God in the Garden of Eden after they sinned.

“But the Lord God called to the man, ‘Where are you?’ He answered, ‘I heard you in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid.'” – Genesis 3:9-10

Maybe your boyfriend is feeling vulnerable or scared to face the music. It doesn’t make it right, but it might explain the behavior.

Need for Space and Control

Sometimes, people block others as a way to regain a sense of control or create some breathing room. It’s like pressing a pause button on the relationship.

Think about how Jesus often withdrew to quiet places to pray and recharge. While blocking isn’t the healthiest way to get space, the need for it is totally valid.

So, what can you do? First, pray for wisdom and patience. Then, when things are calm, try to have an open, honest conversation about how this behavior affects you. Remember, communication is key!

Communication Issues

Misunderstandings and Miscommunication

Remember that time in the Bible when everyone suddenly started speaking different languages? Yeah, sometimes it feels like that in relationships too!

“Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.” – Genesis 11:7

Sounds familiar? It’s like God’s giving us a heads-up about the communication chaos that can happen in our lives! When you and your boo are constantly misunderstanding each other, it’s no wonder the block button starts looking tempting. 😅

Pro tip: Before you hit that block button, take a deep breath and ask yourself, “What would Jesus do?” Spoiler alert: Probably not block his disciples on messenger pigeons! 🕊️

Difficulty Expressing Emotions

Okay, let’s get real for a sec. How many times have you said “I’m fine” when you’re actually feeling more tangled up than a pair of earbuds in your pocket? 🎧

Here’s a little exercise for you:

  1. Think of the last time you felt hurt but didn’t say it.
  2. Now imagine if Jesus had kept all His emotions bottled up.
  3. Not a pretty picture, right?

“Jesus wept.” – John 11:35

See? Even Jesus wasn’t afraid to show His feelings. So why are we?

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Lack of Effective Conflict Resolution Skills

So your boyfriend’s gone and done something that’s got you madder than a wet hen. What’s your first instinct? If it’s reaching for that block button, honey, we need to talk! 🗣️

Let’s take a trip down memory lane to the story of Joseph and his brothers. Talk about family drama! But did Joseph block his bros on papyrus? Nope!

“But Joseph said to them, ‘Don’t be afraid. Am I in the place of God? You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good.'” – Genesis 50:19-20

Joseph could’ve held a grudge bigger than Goliath, but instead, he chose forgiveness. And let me tell you, that’s the secret sauce to any healthy relationship! 🥫

So, next time you’re tempted to play the block-and-unblock game, remember:

  • Take a breather: Count to ten, or maybe recite your favorite Bible verse.
  • Talk it out: Use your words, not your block button!
  • Pray about it: Ask for a little divine intervention in your communication skills.

Remember, loves, relationships aren’t always a walk in the Garden of Eden. But with a little patience, a lot of love, and maybe a sprinkle of holy wisdom, you can turn that block button into a “let’s talk this out” button.

Relationship Dynamics

Power Struggles and Control Issues

Oh boy, power struggles in relationships are as old as time itself! Remember when Jacob and Rachel had their fair share of drama?

“When Rachel saw that she was not bearing Jacob any children, she became jealous of her sister. So she said to Jacob, ‘Give me children, or I’ll die!'” – Genesis 30:1

Talk about relationship tension! 😅 When your boyfriend blocks and unblocks you, it might be his way of flexing his control muscles. But honey, that’s not how love works!

Ask yourself: Am I giving away too much power in this relationship?

Trust and Insecurity

Trust issues can turn even the sweetest romance into a soap opera. Let’s be real – insecurity can make us do crazy things! Remember Peter? He was so insecure that he denied Jesus three times!

“Then he began to call down curses, and he swore to them, ‘I don’t know the man!'” – Matthew 26:74

Yikes! 😬 If your man is playing block-and-unblock, he might be wrestling with some serious trust issues. But don’t worry, with God’s help, even the most insecure heart can find peace.

Quick exercise: Write down three things you love about yourself. Go on, I’ll wait! 💖

Attachment Styles and Their Impact

Okay, let’s get a little psycho-babbly (but in a fun way, I promise!). Attachment styles are like the secret sauce of our relationship behaviors. Some of us are as clingy as ivy, while others are as aloof as a cat on a sunny windowsill.

“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up.” – Ecclesiastes 4:9-10

This verse is giving us major secure attachment vibes. But if your boyfriend’s playing hot and cold with the block button, he might be dealing with an anxious or avoidant attachment style.

Pop quiz: Which Disney character do you think has the most secure attachment style? (I’m voting for Olaf from Frozen!)

So, What Would Jesus Do?

Jesus was all about that unconditional love, y’all! He didn’t block anyone – not even Judas who betrayed Him!

“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.” – John 13:34

Now, I’m not saying you should put up with toxic behavior. But maybe it’s time for a heart-to-heart with your boo about why he’s playing this digital game of hide-and-seek.

Your mission (should you choose to accept it): Next time you feel the urge to obsess over his blocking behavior, try praying instead. Ask God to give you both wisdom and patience. Who knows? Your boyfriend’s finger might just “accidentally” hit that unblock button for good!

Remember, sweet friend, you are fearfully and wonderfully made. Don’t let anyone’s mixed signals dim your shine! Keep spreading love, and may your relationship grow stronger in Christ. ✝️💕

The Impact of Technology on Relationships

Social Media and Its Influence

Remember when we used to pass notes in class to our crushes? Those were simpler times, weren’t they? Now, we’re living in a world where a single ‘like’ on Instagram can set our hearts racing. But is this really healthy for our relationships?

“A tranquil heart gives life to the flesh, but envy makes the bones rot.” – Proverbs 14:30

This verse reminds us that comparing our relationships to others on social media can be a recipe for disaster. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of thinking everyone else’s relationship is perfect based on their carefully curated posts. But guess what? They’re probably struggling with the same things we are!

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They are just so far apart digitally!

The Ease of Blocking in the Digital Age

It’s become so easy to just hit that ‘block’ button when things get tough. But is this really the way God intended us to handle our conflicts?

“If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother.” – Matthew 18:15

Jesus gives us a clear blueprint for handling conflicts. He doesn’t say “If your brother sins against you, block him on all social media platforms.” 😉 He encourages us to communicate face-to-face. Crazy concept in this digital age, right?

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How Technology Affects Communication Patterns

How many times have you misinterpreted a text message from your partner? I know I have! Without tone of voice and body language, it’s so easy for things to get lost in translation.

“Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.” – Ephesians 4:29

This verse is a great reminder to be mindful of our words, especially when we’re communicating through text. Maybe next time you’re about to send that snarky message, take a deep breath and ask yourself, “Is this building up our relationship?”

So, What’s the Deal with Blocking and Unblocking?

If you’re wondering why your boyfriend keeps blocking and unblocking you, honey, we need to have a heart-to-heart. This behavior is often a sign of emotional immaturity or inability to handle conflict in a healthy way.

Here’s a little challenge for you:

  1. Next time you’re tempted to block your partner, wait 24 hours.
  2. Use that time to pray and reflect on the situation.
  3. If you still feel the need to block them after 24 hours, it might be time for a serious conversation about your relationship.

Remember, God designed us for deep, meaningful relationships. Don’t let technology get in the way of that beautiful design. Let’s strive to communicate with love, patience, and understanding – just like Jesus did.

Cultural and Social Factors

Generational Differences in Communication

We millennials and Gen Z-ers? We’re in a whole new world when it comes to dating. Our parents didn’t have to deal with read receipts or deciding whether to leave someone on “seen.” Can you imagine explaining Snapchat streaks to your grandma? 😂

“To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.” – Ecclesiastes 3:1

This verse reminds us that different generations have different ways of doing things – including how we communicate in relationships. Your boyfriend’s blocking habit might just be his (super frustrating) way of dealing with conflict or needing space.

Cultural Norms and Expectations

Depending on where you’re from or how you were raised, you might have totally different ideas about how couples should communicate.

“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” – Proverbs 27:17

This proverb is all about how we grow through our relationships with others. But sometimes, those growth spurts can be pretty uncomfortable! Your bf’s blocking behavior might be tied to cultural expectations about emotions, conflict, or even masculinity.

Quick question for you: Have you noticed any patterns in when the blocking happens? After arguments? When you’re asking for more attention? 🤔

Peer Influence and Relationship Standards

Last but not least, let’s chat about the peanut gallery – aka your friends and his friends. Sometimes, the people around us can have a huge impact on how we handle our relationships.

“Bad company corrupts good character.” – 1 Corinthians 15:33

Now, I’m not saying your bf’s friends are “bad company,” but they might be giving him some not-so-great advice about how to handle relationship stuff. Or maybe he’s seen his buddies use the block button as a way to “win” arguments with their partners.

Here’s a little challenge for you: Next time you’re feeling brave, ask your boyfriend if he’s talked to anyone else about this blocking habit. His answer might surprise you!

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Mental Health Considerations: When Your Boyfriend Blocks and Unblocks You

Anxiety and Depression

Okay, real talk: anxiety and depression are like uninvited guests at a party. They show up, mess things up, and leave everyone feeling awkward. Your boyfriend’s hot-and-cold behavior? It could be these party crashers at work.

“Anxiety in a man’s heart weighs him down, but a good word makes him glad.” – Proverbs 12:25

This verse is giving me life! 🙌 It reminds us that a kind word can brighten someone’s day. So, while you’re dealing with this blocking drama, remember to be gentle with yourself and your boyfriend.

Borderline Personality Disorder

Ever heard of BPD? It’s like being on an emotional seesaw 24/7. People with BPD often have super intense relationships. One minute they’re all in, the next they’re running for the hills.

“A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity.” – Proverbs 17:17

This verse is giving me all the feels! It’s all about unconditional love, folks. If your boyfriend is dealing with BPD, he might need extra patience and understanding. But remember, you’re not his therapist!

Narcissistic Tendencies

Sometimes, the blocking game is all about control. Narcissists love to keep people on their toes. It’s like they’re the directors of a very dramatic movie, and everyone else is just an actor.

“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves.” – Philippians 2:3

Wow, Paul was dropping truth bombs way back when! 💣 This verse is a great reminder that relationships should be about lifting each other up, not tearing each other down.

Now, I’m not saying your boyfriend definitely has any of these issues. But it’s good to keep an open mind and an open heart. Remember, you’re a precious child of God, and you deserve a relationship that makes you feel loved and secure.

The Cycle of Abuse

If you’re wondering why your boyfriend keeps blocking and unblocking you, it might be part of a bigger problem. This back-and-forth can be a sign of emotional abuse. I know, I know – it’s not easy to hear, but stick with me.

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.” – 1 Corinthians 13:4

Ask yourself: Does your relationship reflect this beautiful description of love? If not, it might be time for some soul-searching.

Identifying Signs of Emotional Abuse

Here’s a little checklist for you (and trust me, I wish I’d had this years ago!):

  • Does he make you feel like you’re walking on eggshells?
  • Are you constantly apologizing, even when you’re not sure what you did wrong?
  • Do you feel manipulated or controlled?
  • Is there a pattern of him pushing you away and then pulling you back in?

If you’re nodding along to these, honey, it’s time to have a serious talk – with yourself, with God, and maybe with a trusted friend or counselor.

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The Push-Pull Dynamic in Toxic Relationships

Let’s chat about this push-pull thing. It’s like a rollercoaster, right? One minute you’re on top of the world, the next you’re plummeting down, stomach in your throat. Been there, done that, got the t-shirt (and the therapy bills to prove it!).

This dynamic isn’t new. Even in the Bible, we see examples of tumultuous relationships. Remember Samson and Delilah? Talk about push-pull!

“Then she said to him, ‘How can you say, “I love you,” when you won’t confide in me?'” – Judges 16:15

Sound familiar? This push-pull can leave you feeling confused, hurt, and questioning your worth. But listen up, because this is important: Your worth is not determined by someone else’s inability to love you consistently.

Breaking the Cycle of Blocking and Unblocking

Now for the good stuff, how do we break this cycle? It’s not easy, but with God’s help, it’s possible. Here are some steps to consider:

  1. Pray for guidance: Ask God to show you the truth about your relationship and give you the strength to act on it.
  2. Set boundaries: It’s okay to say “no” to this behavior. In fact, it’s necessary!
  3. Seek support: Talk to friends, family, or a counselor. You don’t have to go through this alone.
  4. Remember your worth: You are fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139:14). Don’t let anyone make you feel otherwise!
  5. Consider taking a break: Sometimes, distance can provide clarity.

Remember, sweet friend, healthy love doesn’t play games. It doesn’t leave you guessing or feeling insecure. It’s consistent, kind, and uplifting.

Self-Reflection and Personal Growth

Examining Your Own Behavior and Reactions

Let’s start by taking a good, hard look in the mirror. I know, I know – it’s not always fun, but trust me, it’s worth it!

“Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts.” – Psalm 139:23

This verse is like a spiritual selfie stick, helping us see ourselves clearly. So, ask yourself:

  • How do I react when my boyfriend blocks me?
  • Do I flood his phone with messages?
  • Am I giving him space when he needs it?

Be honest with yourself, friend. It’s the first step to growth.

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Developing Emotional Intelligence

Now, let’s talk about EQ – and no, I don’t mean the bass on your favorite worship song! 😉 Emotional intelligence is super important in relationships.

“A fool gives full vent to his spirit, but a wise man quietly holds it back.” – Proverbs 29:11

This reminds me of a story about King David. Remember when he danced before the Lord with all his might? That was pure, unfiltered emotion! But he also knew when to keep his cool, like when Saul was trying to kill him. Talk about emotional range!

So, how can you level up your EQ?

  1. Practice active listening
  2. Take deep breaths before reacting
  3. Try to see things from his perspective

Setting Healthy Boundaries

Boundaries are not walls to keep people out, but guidelines to keep your relationship healthy!

“Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” – Proverbs 4:23

This verse is like God’s version of “put on your own oxygen mask first.” You’ve gotta take care of your heart!

Here’s a quick boundary-setting exercise:

Fill in the blanks: “I feel _ when you block me, and I need _.”

Maybe it’s “I feel hurt when you block me, and I need open communication.” Or “I feel anxious when you block me, and I need reassurance.”

Remember, setting boundaries isn’t mean – it’s an act of love for yourself and your relationship!

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Seeking Professional Help

Couples Therapy Options

So you’re thinking about getting some outside help. Good for you! That takes courage, my friend.

“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up.” – Ecclesiastes 4:9-10

This verse reminds us that relationships are teamwork, and sometimes we need a coach to help us play better together. Couples therapy can be that coach!

Have you ever heard of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)? It’s like a love tune-up for your relationship. Or maybe you’d prefer the Gottman Method? It’s named after this adorable old couple who’ve been studying relationships forever. How cute is that?

Individual Counseling Benefits

But hey, what if your boyfriend isn’t ready to join you in therapy? No worries! Individual counseling can be a game-changer too.

“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” – Proverbs 27:17

Think of counseling as sharpening your own emotional sword. You’ll learn so much about yourself, and that’ll make you an even more awesome partner!

Fun fact: Did you know that individual counseling has been around since ancient Greece? Yep, even Socrates was all about that “know thyself” life!

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When to Consider Ending the Relationship

Okay, deep breath. This is the tough part. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, a relationship just isn’t meant to be. And that’s okay.

“To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” – Ecclesiastes 3:1

If you’re constantly feeling hurt, disrespected, or just plain exhausted, it might be time to consider if this relationship is truly serving you. Remember, you’re a precious child of God, and you deserve to be treated with love and respect!

Quick quiz: Ask yourself these questions:

  1. Do I feel safe and respected in this relationship?
  2. Is my partner willing to work on our issues?
  3. Do our core values align?

If you answered “no” to any of these, it might be time for some serious soul-searching.

Remember, my dear friend, seeking help isn’t a sign of weakness – it’s a sign of strength and wisdom. Whether you choose couples therapy, individual counseling, or decide it’s time to move on, know that you’re not alone. God’s got your back, and so do I!

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Active Listening

Remember when Samuel kept hearing God’s voice but thought it was Eli? Sometimes, we’re not really listening to what our partner is saying. We hear the words, but miss the heart behind them.

“Speak, for your servant is listening.” – 1 Samuel 3:10

This verse isn’t just about listening to God (though that’s super important too!). It’s about being ready to hear what others are saying. So, next time your guy talks, really listen. Put down your phone, look him in the eyes, and tune in to his heart.

Expressing Needs and Feelings

Ever feel like you’re about to burst with all the things you want to say? Yeah, me too! But here’s the thing – dumping all your feelings on someone isn’t always the best way to go. Instead, try the sandwich method:

  1. Start with something positive
  2. Express your concern
  3. End with another positive

For example: “I love how much you care about me. When you block me, I feel really hurt and confused. I want us to work through this because our relationship means so much to me.”

“A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.” – Proverbs 15:1

Conflict Resolution

Let’s talk about those moments when you both feel like you’re on opposite sides of the Grand Canyon. How do we build a bridge?

  1. Take a breather: Sometimes, you need to step back and cool off. It’s okay to say, “I need a moment to think.”
  2. Pray together: Seriously, it’s a game-changer. Ask God to help you see each other’s hearts.
  3. Find common ground: What do you both want? Peace? Understanding? Love? Start there!
  4. Compromise: It’s not about winning, it’s about growing together.

“If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.” – Romans 12:18

Remember, Jesus is the ultimate peacemaker. He bridged the gap between us and God. If He can do that, surely we can work on our earthly relationships, right?

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Wrap-up: Your Relationship Toolkit

So, here’s your relationship toolkit to tackle this blocking/unblocking situation:

  • 👂 Listen with your heart, not just your ears
  • 💬 Express yourself lovingly and clearly
  • 🕊️ Seek peace, even when it’s tough
  • 🙏 Keep God at the center of your relationship

Relationships aren’t easy, but they’re so worth it! Keep working on your communication, keep loving each other, and keep your eyes on God. You’ve got this.

Moving Forward

Rebuilding Trust After Blocking Incidents

Trust is like a delicate flower 🌸 – it needs constant care and attention. When your guy plays the blocking game, it’s like he’s trampling all over that flower. Ouch! But don’t worry, we can replant and nurture it back to health.

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.” – 1 Corinthians 13:4

This verse reminds us that true love requires patience. So, take a deep breath and remember:

  • Communication is key! Talk it out, even when it’s awkward.
  • Set clear boundaries. No more hot-and-cold treatment, mister!
  • Be honest about your feelings. It’s okay to be vulnerable.

Establishing New Relationship Norms

Let’s set some ground rules that’ll make your love stronger than ever.

  1. No more blocking as a way to deal with conflicts
  2. Regular check-ins to discuss feelings and concerns
  3. Agree on healthy ways to take space when needed

Fun fact: Did you know that in ancient Rome, couples would exchange rings as a symbol of trust and commitment? Let’s bring back that spirit of dedication!

“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up.” – Ecclesiastes 4:9-10

This verse is all about teamwork, folks! You and your boo are in this together.

Creating a Supportive and Open Environment

Let’s create a relationship oasis where you both feel safe and cherished.

Tips for a love-filled atmosphere:

  • Practice active listening (put down those phones!)
  • Celebrate each other’s wins, big and small
  • Be each other’s biggest cheerleaders

Remember the story of Ruth and Boaz? Now that’s a biblical power couple! They supported each other through thick and thin. #RelationshipGoals, am I right?

“Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.” – Ephesians 4:2

This verse is like a relationship cheat code. Humility, gentleness, patience – mix these ingredients, and you’ve got a recipe for lasting love.

To love, God bless!