Men are frustrated because they don't understand what women want from them.
Or, if they do have a clue, men feel the expectations are too high. How should Christian men and women move toward deeper friendship, possibly even engagement and marriage?
[Those women] tend to speak more of things that they have in their control, which is their job or their homes or things that they can acquire all by themselves. Ironically, according to the Census Bureau, there are more Christian single men who are marriage-minded than there are Christian single women. A study by the Barna Group shows that they’re not in the pews.
There is plenty of stuff about God's will for his people, God wanting good things for you, and God's ultimate plan.The question of the permissibility of dating and marriage between Orthodox and non-Orthodox is an acute one in the West.Even for those determined to marry within the Orthodox Church, finding a future spouse can be very difficult.Women, on the other hand, are frustrated because they want men to take initiative, to lead. Don't believe everything you hear; Christ-centered women still believe that God assigned respective roles to the sexes. Initiating the relationship It takes a man to be an initiator.Relationship building with the opposite sex is risky, but in God's created order This may sound old-fashioned, but I believe it not for the sake of tradition, which of necessity comes and goes, but because it is biblical.