Those same questions may be swirling in your mind as you consider how to act in your own dating relationship (now or in the future). But none of that is the same as actually being married. They happen to couples who love each other very much. The two of you may have even talked about getting married.Would Black women really experience higher rates of marriage and marital satisfaction if they bought into the concept of submission as Black men say they should?Men feel that they should lead women because that is “how it is supposed to be.” But if we remove religion from the equation, what is it that makes men feel they must be the leader? And if it is true, as some men say, that men are destructive when left to their own devices and need women to lead them in other directions, then who is the real leader here?Being submissive just allows for a man to feel more like a man around you, and – as a result, have that extra bit of passion (Click here to take the quiz on “Am I Dating a Commitment Friendly Man? ” That’s the question that one of the smart readers of this blog submitted recently. Since a boyfriend is not the same as a husband, isn’t submission in that relationship a bit misplaced? But since I see dating as preparation for marriage (as opposed to just having fun), is it reasonable to think a girl could disregard what the Bible teaches about submission while dating then suddenly flip a switch after saying “I do”? They happen to couples who were sure they would be together forever.(Here are two stories where that’s exactly what happened: “Lessons Learned From a Cancelled Wedding” and “Hope for Broken Hearts.” As you consider your relationship with your boyfriend, it is critical to keep in mind that he is not your husband.
Don’t black women understand that the joke is on them and Steve Harvey is laughing all the way to the bank?
Being submissive is NOT something that you do with an abusive man.
It is just another part of you that you might want to bring out sometimes.
I've been searching for that one magical verse or explanation that makes everything clear.
Let me break the suspense by saying that I have yet to find that one verse.