They're mostly common sense but there can often be a deficiency of common sense when the opposite sex is concerned.
Here are 4 common Catholic dating problems, with advice on how to navigate them: (1) The Problem: Catholic circles are small This has many positive aspects, but also lends to a common problem: if you ask a bunch of girls out, you'll end up dating girls who are close friends or roommates and...can get awkward. The Solution: Do ask girls you are interested in out, but don't go so far as to be a serial dater.
A man who takes a risk on a woman in a gentlemanly fashion is admirable and courageous, even if we seem a bit awkward as we decline.
But trying to save face communicates that you can't take ownership of your own situation and that you value your own ego over the well-being of our hearts.
You'll inadvertently get a reputation as someone who's not serious and might leave a trail of disappointed girls in your wake - and girls do talk to other girls, for better or for worse.
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