5 Christian Guy Breakup Lines That Are Too Real

5 Christian Guy Breakup Lines That Are Too Real

Sometimes it feels like Christian guys share a break-up handbook, a handbook that displays the best way to break a girl’s heart without it falling back on the guys themselves.
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Christian girls have a dream, and that dream is to find a Christian man who will love the Lord more than He loves anything—a guy who will ultimately go to church and pray with her. Seems like the best thing in the world, right?

Christian boyfriends are GREAT, BUT Christian ex-boyfriends are the worst. What was once the most attractive thing about them can soon turn into an insult after a breakup. I have found myself contemplating on the thought as to whether he truly believes that he is a better Christian than me.

Sometimes it feels like Christian guys share a breakup handbook. A handbook that displays the best way to break a girl's heart without it falling back on the guys themselves. In a sense, it feels as though they use God as a shield, and I don't think Psalm 18:2, "in whom I take refuge; My shield to hide the blow" translates to God's purpose being to protect you from the blow of a breakup buddy.

Listed are five common ways that are seen too many times by Christian girls everywhere.

1. The reason for the breakup: God is calling him out of it

Oh, how this seems to be the go-to. The Christian boy explains that he no longer sees this working out, not because of anything the girl did specifically but because God is telling him this relationship is no longer good for the two of you.

This is the easiest exit route. What Christian girl is going to bad mouth God? Not me! Seems like an easy way for a guy who just doesn't have feelings for you anymore to skrt-skrt on out of there. That's cool that God told you this relationship is plummeting, I guess I must have missed it.

2. This is all a part of God's plan

"I'm sorry that I'm slowly breaking your heart into a million pieces but God has a greater plan for us. We are not meant to be together because God does not want us to be." What he really is trying to say is it isn't in his specific plan, and he just wants an out. Since he isn't feeling the situation anymore it means God isn't either.

3. The relationship isn't glorifying God

This one always tends to confuse me. Okay, so because we are in love and spend time together that means we are not living a God-filled life? That doesn't make sense. Some people believe you need to be involved in a certain amount of activities within the church to be a true Christian.

However, for anyone who truly believes in God, it is a personal relationship that is held with him. Basically, this Christian guy realized that the relationship is no longer benefiting him, so he places the blame on God.

4. His relationship with God needs work

This has to be one of my favorites. Basically, their relationship with God isn't looking so hot, so they're going to blame it on your relationship. I'm sorry, I didn't realize I was dragging you down in your faith. Is it impossible for you to multitask? Work on your relationship with God AND me? It's even better when you see him a week later with a new girl. WOW! That relationship got patched up real quick!

5. He'll be praying for you

For the grand finale they are going to let you know that even though they are the reason behind why you'll be crying for the next three weeks in bed with Ben & Jerrys, they'll still be praying for you. Um...no, thank you. I can pray for myself. Please do not talk to God about me anymore, thanks.
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As Much As You May Want To, You'll Never Get Over Your First Love

You never forget your first

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Your first love is just that: the first person you've ever truly loved (besides your family and friends). Maybe you've kissed a few people before, but with this person it's different. They mean something to you that no other person ever has before. Maybe you met this person when you were younger in high school or met them a little later in life as I did at the end of my first year of college. Meeting my first love transformed me, both for the good and the bad, and as much as I may want to, I'll never get over my first love and neither will you.

When we met, we didn't meet in some fantastical way, we met on Tinder right after a surprise breakup of mine. We had instant chemistry, and I didn't get to kiss him for weeks because I ended up getting mono right after the breakup (haha whoops). He was the first person I've ever kissed who I didn't want to stop kissing- ever. Yes, second semester freshman year me was super extra when it came to him, but being with him was so different than anyone else. Things progressed through the summer as we talked every single day, even though we never got to meet up because we were both busy, and at the beginning of my sophomore year, I lost my virginity to him. That was a big step for someone who thought she'd wait until she was married. He made sure I was fine and didn't push me to do anything I wasn't comfortable with. I'll treasure that forever.

He was someone I loved with all of my being, to the point where it was physically hurting me in the end because I knew what I felt wasn't going to ever be reciprocated the way I wanted it to be. That's when I had to end it, which was one of the hardest things I've ever done. To me, he was a boyfriend, but to him, I was a friend with benefits. I wanted something more and he wanted less, and I didn't want to accept that. I wasn't his first love but he was mine, which he doesn't know and probably never will. I have had moments where I thought I was over him, but then all the emotions flood right back. In hard moments of hurt is when I miss him the most, but also in moments of joy too. If I see a nice car I think of him, or of other little things, like a french bulldog or The Fast and The Furious.

Your first love leaves such a monumental effect on you as a person. They have seen parts of you others have not. You will always remember your firsts more than anything else, which is why your first love never leaves you. As roughly as things ended between he and I, he's always going to have a piece of me that no one else will ever have. The relationship we had wasn't what you'd expect from someone you call your first love, but his mark on me is what helped shape me into who I am today for better or for worse.

Don't let any negativity remain when it comes to your first love (if there is any). Let it go and remember the good. They will be a part of you forever, so you can never truly get over you.

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Why You Keep Falling In Love With People Who Don’t Love You Back In Your 20s

It's embedded in our human psychology to always desire deeper connections and meaningful relationships with the people we hold close to our heart, even if the feeling aren't necessarily mutual.

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Can love truly be both beautiful and heartbreaking?

It's a question I silently asked myself, sitting shotgun in a car next to someone I considered my friend.

A "friend" seemed to be the right label to define our relationship. To him, I was just a friend—who just happened to be a girl, a girl he texts regularly, jokes around, and can grab a drink with. And we loved each other as friends, because we both trusted each other, we had fun together and each had our own independent lives which would connect occasionally in a complete, non-questionable platonic way.

But slowly, for me, he was becoming everything I've ever wanted in a guy, standing right in front of me. But he wasn't mine to have.

And imagine being so close to someone you want except you can't have him because it might just ruin everything you've already shared together. Because what if you scare him away? What if he replies by telling you "No"?

That's the simple nature of falling in love with someone you can't be with.

In our early part of our lives—particularly in our 20s and during our college years, we all experience this type of heartbreak.

To name a few: A high school boyfriend who lives halfway across the country now. The hot guy you sit next to in lecture who already has a girlfriend. The casual hookup who you just can't manage to stop thinking about as you endlessly toss and turn at night. The platonic friend who doesn't quite see you as being something more.

We all at one point in our thoughts have imagined "coupling" or sharing a life with a guy who we can't seem to have for ourselves. We've always dreamt how things could actually work out if you actually shared your feelings with him except the closest we'll ever reach to it is in our dreams, not reality.

And to examine the logic behind why this happens, we have to first admit how we always want what we can't have.

Because it's embedded in our human psychology to always desire deeper connections and meaningful relationships with the people we hold close to our heart, even if the feeling aren't necessarily mutual.

So, it's not really this case of the whole Romeo and Juliet "star-crossed lovers" BS but rather, it's purely a one sided love which can most definitely be beautiful and heartbreaking at the same time. Beautiful because there's always a connection you feel which makes you all warm and bubbly inside but heartbreaking because you know this connection is merely flowing in a one way track.

So then, why do we tend to maintain our connections with these people who hurt us?

One reason is because you're afraid to lose him altogether. Perhaps you think he's going to go on full freak-out mode after you spill the beans to him. My piece of advice in this scenario would be to just suck it up and take the chance. Talk to him about how you feel because honestly, what's there to lose? Unless you're not reciting some sappy, over-the-top love story about how many kids you plan to have with him, you're fine.

But perhaps, the most common reason is because we assume he might eventually fall in love with us, too.

And if this pertains to you, gear up because I can write on for days about why this is a big no-no. Heck, I can probably teach a class or lecture to all of you about my elaborative theory of why you will definitely know whether a boy truly loves you or not. It's plain and simple—if he loves you, he'll make sure you know.

And you can't force someone to fall in love with you. Even if you pay them a million bucks, you can get them to pretend to love you or force them to be with you—but it's never going to be true love. Because true, unrequited love is effortless. It comes naturally. The fiery passion will be shared mutually and you won't ever have to question whether or not you belong with him.

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