Parents in any culture want the best for their children; it's not uncommon to hear a father say to a prospective suitor to his daughter: "You are a good guy, but just not for my daughter!God has somebody perfect in mind for you, and you will recognize that person when you meet them.

On the other hand, dating a post-military guy means he is older, has more life-experience, and certainly more mature..unfortunately, the women he meets in college are younger, and almost finished with their degree.

The difficulty of making a college relationship last is exponentially increased when the couple finds themselves in different parts of their lives, with different goals and different ideals.

Until God brings you that person, you’re not going to date at all.

You’re just going to live for yourself and for God until you meet the person you recognize as your soulmate.

The truth is that if you want to be able to have the same rights as men, you can't demand they also wait on you hand and foot.... Forgive me, but it seems like the guys get the short end of the stick with this one!

Most of the young Korean generation will admit that they didn't have their first dating experience until after high school.

People who choose this path are often extremely driven and deeply in touch with their faith. Example: The Christian rock band Barlow Girl is famous for embracing the “no dating” approach. And when you like somebody, it’s nice to be able to express that feeling with physical affection.

They don’t have a choice but to be driven and faithful, because their whole young life is just them and God. This approach allows you to date, have steady boyfriends/girlfriends, and express your affection for them in sweet but safe (and Christian) ways.

Their standards are unbelievably high, and their ideals are unwavering.